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RECORD  0/ SERVICE 
OF  SOLICITORS  AND 
ARTICLED  CLERKS 

WITH  HIS  MAJESTY'S  FORCES 
1914— 1919 


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RECORD  OF  SERVICE 

OF   SOLICITORS  AND 
ARTICLED   CLERKS 

WITH  HIS  MAJESTY'S  FORCES 

191 4 —  1 9 1 9 


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SPOTTISWOODE,    BALLANTYNE    &    CO.    LTD. 

LONDON 

1920 


TREFACE 

THE  publication  of  this  Record  of  the 
War  Services  rendered  by  the  Solicitors 
and  their  Articled  Clerks  in  the  years  1 9 1 4 
to  1  gig  is  the  fulfilment  of  one  of  the  three 
objects  of  the  Solicitors'  War  Memorial  Fund, 
Although  every  effort  has  been  made  to 
render  it  complete  and  accurate  it  is  \nown 
that  there  are  many  omissions  which  it  has 
not  been  possible  to  supply  and  probably  there 
are  errors  which  have  been  overlooked. 
These  imperfections  it  is  hoped  will  be 
forgiven  in  the  knowledge  of  the  difficulties 
of  the  task  and  the  belief  that  it  has  been 
gladly  and  lovingly  discharged  to  the  best 
of  their  ability  by  those  to  whom  it  was 
entrusted, 

R-A'PINSENT, 

Chairman  of  the  Memorial  Trustees. 
Ath  August^  1920. 


"  These  are  they  who  for  their  Country  and 
Freedom's  sake  jeoparded  their  lives  unto 
the  Death.  Therefore  they  shall  be  mine, 
saith  the  Lord  of  Hosts,  in  that  day  when 
I  make  up  my  jewels." 


RECORD   OF   SERVICE 


OF 


SOLICITORS  AND  ARTICLED  CLERKS 


GEORGE  WYINIAN  ABBOTT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Member  of  Wyman  &  Abbott,  of  Peterborough. 
Joined  Nov.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.  1/1  Huntingdonshire  Cychst  Batt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  1/7  Batt.  The  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  Sept.  1916,  and  subsequently 
A/Capt.,  A/Major,  A/Staff  Capt.,  &c.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Croce  di  Guerra 
(Italy).  Served  Home  1914  to  June  1916,  France  June  1916  to  Nov.  1917, 
and  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919. 

IVIAURICE  ABBOTT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1897.  Of  5  New  Court,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Served 
as  Driver  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  attached  to  the  76th  Field  Ambulance, 
Royal  Army  Medical  Corps. 

RICHARD  HUGHES  ABELL. 

Admitted  April  1902.  Practising  at  Worcester.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
2/8  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  (T.F.)  Sept.  1914,  afterwards  attaining  the  rank 
of  Capt.  Seconded  to  1/1  South  Midland  Div.  Cyclist  Co.  March  1915  and 
went  to  France,  and  subsequently  seconded  to  8th  Corps  Cyclist  Batt.  In 
Nov.  1918  appointed  3rd  Corps  Education  Officer  in  Belgium. 

LIONEL  ABRAHAMS. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Member  of  Wade-Gery  &  Brackenbury,  St.  Neots, 
Hunts.  Joined  Nov.  1916  as  Lieut.  T.F.  Reserve  General  List.  Served  at 
Home.; 

ROBERT  BERNARD  ABRAHAMS. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Member  of  Roberts,  Abrahams  &  Co.,  of  Basinghall 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  University  of  London  O.T.C.  in  July  1915.  Appointed  2nd 
Lieut,  to  3/4  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  Sept.  1915.  Served  in  France.  Killed 
Sept.  15,  1916,  in  the  Battle  of  the  Somme,  and  was  buried  near  Martinhuich 
and  High  Wood. 

CHARLES  GERALD  ACHESON-GRAY. 

Articled  to  W.  Ward-Higgs,  of  29  Mincing  Lane,  E.C.  Joined  the  Inns 
of  Court  O.T.C.  and  afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Dorsetshire  Regt. 
Promoted  Lieut. 

WILLIAJVI  FITZROY  ACKLAND. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  Ackland,  Son  &  Baily,  of  Saffron  Walden, 
Essex.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Major  8th  Essex  Regt.,  promoted  A/Lieut. -Col. 
March  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  at 
Home  1914  to  1916,  France  1916  to  1918,  Ireland,  1918  to  1919. 


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JOHN  WILLIAM  ACKROYD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1916.  Member  of  Butler  &  Ackroyd,  of  Bradford,  Yorks. 
Joined  July  1, 1916,  as  Private  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

ALAN  GORDON  ACHESON  ADAM. 

Admitted  Aug.  1910.  Practised  at  Cranbrook  &  Mailing,  Kent.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  as  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  the  Buffs.  Promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1915.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  India  &  Mesopotamia.  Killed  in  the 
Advance  for  the  Relief  of  Kut-el-Amara,  Jan.  21,  1916. 

CHARLES  CLEMENTS  ADAM. 

Articled  to  S.  T.  James,  of  3  &  4  Clement's  Inn,  W.C.  Served  as  Petty 
Officer  Air  Mechanic,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service. 

ALFRED  FRANCIS  ADAMS. 

Admitted  May  1908.  Of  5  Fenchurch  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps. 

APPELBE  CHISHOLM  ADAMS. 

Admitted  June  1906.  Member  of  Stephenson,  Harwood  &  Co.,  31  Lom- 
bard Street,  London  E.C.  3.  Joined  January  1916,  Ensign,  First  or  Grenadier 
Regt.  of  Foot  Guards.  Promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1916,  A/Capt.  May  1918. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium  1916  to  1917,  General  Staff  1917  to  1919. 
Wounded  July  27,  1917,  at  Boesinghe  in  Belgium. 

ARTHUR  JOSEPH  ADAMS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Practised  at  25  Bedford  Row,  W.C,  and  Coventry. 
Enlisted  August  1914  as  a  Private  in  Public  Schools  Batt.  Obtained  com- 
mission as  Lieut,  and  attached  to  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  Oct. 
1914.  After  12  months'  training  went  to  France,  where  he  joined  2nd  Batt. 
Went  into  action  at  Somme  Battle  July  2,  1916,  and  wounded  severely  in  leg. 
Sent  to  France  again  April  1918,  joined  1st  Batt.  Killed  at  Remy  Aug.  30, 
1918,  during  attack  on  Cambrai.     Buried  at  Remy. 

EDWARD  CARINGTON  ADAMS. 

Articled  to  Hugh  Adams,  of  20  Essex  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914 
as  2nd  Lieut.  20th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Blackheath  &  Woolwich). 
Served  in  France.     Killed  at  Battle  of  Loos,  Sept.  25,  1915. 

GERALD  DAY  ADAMS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.     Member  of  Harvey,  Clarke  &  Adams,  of  Leicester. 
Jomed  Jan.  1915  2nd  Lieut.  Leicestershire  Regt.,  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  and 
Adjutant  July  1917  to  Dec.  1917.     Served  in  France,  June  1915,  Palestine, 
February  1918  to  1919.     Gassed  1915,  Malaria  and  Dysentery,  Nov.  1918. 
HENRY  GORDON  ADAMS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Solicitor  to  the  Town  Clerk  of  Sheffield.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
Oct.  5,  1917. 

KENNETH  LEMESLE  ADAMS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  Member  of  Adams  &  Son,  of  Wolverhampton. 
Jomed  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 


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Royal  Engineers  Nov.  1914,  promoted  1st  Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  Capt.  Feb.  1918, 
Major  Feb.  1918.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  June 
1915,  Gallipoli  June  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Egypt  Feb.  1916,  Mesopotamia  March 
1916  to  June  1916,  India  June  1916  to  July  1919.  Wounded  Jan.  1916,  Cape 
Hellas,  Gallipoli. 

LESLIE  HORACE  ADAMS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1912.  With  Blake,  Reed,  &  Lapthorn,  of  Portsmouth. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  A.D.C.  to  G.O.C.  Wessex  Divisional  Artillery,  Aug.  1914 
to  Dec.  1914,  promoted  A/Major  Dec.  1915.  Commandant  R.A.  Depot, 
Bagdad,  Nov.  1918  to  March  1919.     Served  at  Home,  India,  and  Mesopotamia. 

WILLIAM  ADAMS. 

Articled  to  Charles  Alderson,  of  Morpeth,  Northumberland.  Joined  July 
16,  1917  as  Private  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  subsequently  transferred  to 
West  Yorkshire  Regiment  and  later  to  the  Army  Pay  Corps.  Left  with  rank 
of  Corporal.     Served  at  Home. 

LEONARD  HEDLEY  ADCOCK. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Practising  at  West  Bromwich.  Served  as  Corporal 
18th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt. 

ARCHIBALD  WILLIAM  NORMAN  ADDISON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  Addison  &  Son,  of  Portsmouth.  Served 
as  Capt.  6th  (Duke  of  Connaught's  Own)  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.)  One  of 
the  Assistant  Military  Secretaries  H.Q.  Staff  of  the  Army  in  India. 

GERALD  LACY  ADDISON. 

Admitted  June  1900.  Member  of  Linklaters  &  Paines,  2  Bond  Court, 
Walbrook,  E.C.  Joined  August  4,  1916,  as  Gunner  Royal  Garrison  Artillery, 
promoted  A/Bombardier,  Sept.  1916,  Full  Bombardier  Dec.  1916.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1,  1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

GUY  TEMPEST  ADKIN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  Adkin  &  Son,  of  3  Salters'  Hall  Court, 
Cannon  Street,  E.C.  4.  Joined  May  27,  1916.  Assistant  Paymaster  Royal 
Naval  Reserve.  Gazetted  Paymaster-Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Awarded  M.B.E. 
(Military).  Served  June  1916  to  July  1919  with  H.M.  Naval  Base,  Havre 
(Trawlers  and  Drifters). 

CECIL  GEORGE  ADLER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1902.  Practising  at  2  Throgmorton  Avenue,  London,  E.C. 
Joined  Oct.  22,  1914,  2nd  Lieut.  Interpreter,  promoted  Lieut.  Royal  Army 
Ordnance  Corps,  Feb.  1915,  and  Capt.  Nov.  1918.  Served  at  Home,  in 
France,  Italy,  and  South  Russia. 

ARTHUR  JOSEPH  JOHN  PAUL  AGIUS. 

Articled  to  A.  G.  Gibson,  of  21  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.  3.  Mobilised  Aug.  3, 
1914,  as  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  London  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  May 
1915  and  Substantive  June  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Sept.  1914,  Malta  Sept.  1914  to 
Jan.  1915,  France  Jan.  1915  to  Jan.  1917,  Home  Jan.  1917  to  March  1919. 


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FRANCIS  BASIL  AGLIONBY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1904.  Member  of  Ellis,  Richardson,  Aglionby,  &  Hazel  of 
Portland  House,  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  5,  1915,  as  Private  15th 
Batt.  London  Regt.  (T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.), 
Aug.  1, 1917.  Served  in  France  July  1916  to  March  1917,  London  A.A.  Defences 
Nov.  1917,  to  Jan.  1919. 

DENYS  ALFRED  LAFONE  AINSLIE. 

Articled  to  W.  L.  Ainshe,  of  19  Surrey  Street,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914 
and  transferred  to  1st  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.,  promoted  1st  Lieut.  April  1915 
(after  death).  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Givenchy  les  La  Bassee, 
Oct.  24,  1914. 

ALBERT  ROY  HAMILTON  AKASTER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  Gill  &  Akaster,  of  Devonport.  Enlisted 
as  Gunner  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in 
same  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 

CEDRIC  HARCOURT  AKASTER. 

Admitted  March  1914.  Practising  at  7  Arundel  Street,  Strand,  W.C. 
Enhsted  as  Private  30th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  14th  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers  Jan.  1916. 

FRANCIS  AKENHEAD. 

Admitted  Sept.  1907.  Member  of  Morgan  &  Co.,  of  Newport,  Mon. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  (T.),  and  attained  the  rank  of 
Capt. 

WILLIAM  MASON  AKERMAN. 

Admitted  May  1889.  Practised  at  Hereford.  Served  as  Lieut.  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps. 

JOHN  HODSON  ALCOCK. 

Articled  to  J.  E.  Alcock,  of  Mansfield.  Joined  Jan.  11,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut. 
8th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1,  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Taken  prisoner  at  Loos  Sept.  26,  1915.  Prisoner  of  War  in  Germany  till  April 
1918.     Interned  in  Holland  April  to  Nov.  1918. 

THOMAS  JONES  ALCOCK. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Poole,  of  Sandbach.  Joined  July  1916  as  Corporal 
Despatch  Rider,  Royal  Engineers.     Served  in  France. 

ALAN  STUART  ALDERSON. 

Admitted   Oct.    1906.     Member  of  Sidney,    Son   &  Alderson,   of  Blyth. 
Mobilised  July  29,  1914,  as  Capt.  The  Tynemouth  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 
Promoted  Major  June  1,  1916.     Awarded  the  T.D.     Served  at  Home  1914  to 
1916,  Ceylon  1916  to  1919. 
HORACE  WILFRED  ALDRICH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Practising  at  Brighton.  Joined  Feb.  9,  1917,  as 
Private  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  304th  Reserve  Labour 
Company  July  15,  1917,  transferred  to  3rd  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  Nov.  1917, 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  15,  1919.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  While  in 
France  attached  10th  Batt.  The  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry. 


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ERKIXWALD  BRAXTON  MOORING  ALDRIDGE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.     Member  of  Mooring,  Aldridge  &  Haydon,  of  Bourne- 
mouth.    Joined  as  Private  in  Hon.  Artillery  Co.  Dee.  6,  1915.     Served  in 
France  1916  to  1918. 
GERALD  ASHBURNER  MOORING  ALDRIDGE. 

Practising  at  Bournemouth.  Joined  Aug.  1916,  as  Sub. -Lieut.,  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Attached  to  H.M.M.L. 
Hydrophone  Flotillas,  Zeebrugge  &  Ostend  Operations.  CO.  of  H.M.M.L.  260 
Rhine  Flotilla. 

ALBERT  GEORGE  RICKARDS  ALEXANDER. 

Articled  to  James  Millar,  of  22  St.  Thomas'  Street,  London  Bridge,  S.E. 
Enlisted  as  Private  8th  Batt.  Essex  Regt. 

AUBREY  ALEXANDER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Practised  at  Gray's  Inn  Chambers,  High  Holborn, 
W.C.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914,  as  Private  9th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Queen  Victoria  Rifles).  Gazetted  1st  Lieut.  7th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt., 
attached  1/4  Batt.  Royal  Welch  FusiUers.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France.  Wounded  German  advance,  March  1918.  Died  after 
bringing  over  a  convoy  of  prisoners  from  France. 
DONALD  FOLEY  ALEXANDER. 

Articled  to  F.  H.  Trethowen,  of  Sahsbury.  Served  as  Private  14th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 

JAMES  GRAHAM  ALEXANDER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1906.  Member  of  Grace,  Smith  &  Co.,  of  LiverpooL 
Enhsted  Oct.  1914  as  Private  4th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Transferred  as  Private 
to  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Jan.  29,  1915,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  7th 
Batt.  Shropshire  Light  Infantry. 

ROBERT  MIDDLETON  ALEXANDER. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Of  Hull.  Served  as  Sergeant  10th  Service  Batt. 
East  Yorkshire  Regt.  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  13th  Batt.  East 
Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 

WILLIA:M  LINDSAY  ALEXANDER. 

Articled  to  Wilham  Arthur  Wightman,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve  as  Signalman  Sept.  4,  1916.  Served  at  Home  Signal 
Stations. 

TREVOR  RHYS  ALLAWAY. 

Articled  to  W.  T  Carless,  of  Hereford.  Joined  Jan.  6,  1912,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
3rd  Batt.  South  Wales  Borderers,  promoted  Capt.  May  1,  1915,  and  attached 
2nd  Welch  Regt.  Oct.  1914.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  France  1914  and  1915,  at  Home  1915  to  May  1916,  and  in 
Egypt  May  1916  to  June  1916.  Accidentally  killed  by  premature  explosion  of 
bomb  at  Grenade  School,  Zeitoun,  Egypt,  June  29,  1916. 

FRANCIS  PRIDEAUX  ALLBUTT. 

Articled  to  Nunn  &  Co.,  of  Co1w>ti  Bay.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lance- 
Sergt.  5th  Batt.  Royal   Welch   Fusihers,  promoted  to  C.Q.M.S.  April  1915. 


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Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusihers  (T.F.)  Dec.  1915.  Joined 
Royal  Flying  Corps  Jan.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1917,  Capt.  Royal  Air 
Force  July  1918.     Served  in  France. 

ALBERT  GEORGE  ALLEN. 

Articled  to  J.  Ingram  Dawson,  of  Barnard  Castle.  Joined  Sept.  12,  1914, 
as  Trooper  Royal  Horse  Guards  (Blue).  Appointed  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  South 
Staffordshire  Regt.  March  2, 1915,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  July  3, 1916,  appointed 
Staff  Capt.  51st  Inf.  Brigade  Oct.  28,  1917,  appointed  Brigade  Major  51st  Inf. 
Brigade  Sept.  7,  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O. 
and  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  July  1916,  and  in  France  July  1916 
to  May  1919.     Wounded  Battle  of  Somme  July  10,  1916. 

ALBERT  VICTOR  ALLEN. 

Articled  to  W.  W.  Reed,  of  Dorchester.  Served  as  Driver  Royal  Field 
Artillery. 

CHARLES  ROYLE  ALLEN. 

Admitted  May  1899,  practised  as  Ormerod  &  Allen,  at  Manchester. 
Rejoined  6th  V.B.  Manchester  Regt.  March  1915  and  was  sent  to  France 
July  1916,  attached  to  the  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.,  rank  Capt.  Awarded  M.C. 
in  Oct.  1917.     Killed  in  action  Sept.  27,  1918. 

FREDERICK  CLIFFORD  BAWDEN  ALLEN. 

Articled  to  Frederick  Allen,  of  Eastbourne.  Served  as  Staff  Sergt.  50th 
Gordon  Highlanders,  coming  from  British  Columbia. 

GERALD  ELLISTON  ALLEN. 

Articled  to  H.  E.  Allen,  of  Wigan.  Joined  March  26,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut. 
5th  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1915,  attached 
Royal  Flying  Corps  Sept.  1917  to  Aug.  1919.  Served  at  Home,  in  Egypt, 
Gallipoli,  France,  and  Canada.     Wounded  Aug.  8,  1915. 

KENNETH  FREDERICK  ALLEN. 

Articled  to  Frederick  George  Allen,  of  Portsmouth.  Joined  Sept.  9,  1914, 
as  Second  Lieut.,  Hants  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.).  Gazetted  Lieut. 
July  9,  1915,  and  A/Capt.  Sept.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Aug.  1916,  and  in  France  and  Belgium  until  Jan. 
1919. 

RALPH  ERIC  HERBERT  ALLEN. 

Articled  to  the  late  Frederick  Alien,  of  Eastbourne.  Joined  November  30, 
1914,  as  Petty  Officer  Despatch  Rider,  Royal  Navy  Armoured  Car  Section,  Air 
Mechanic  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  Sept.  1915,  Warrant  Officer  (Engineer) 
June  27,  1917,  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force  April  1,  1918,  Flying  Officer  Sept. 
12,  1919.  Served  in  France  1915  and  Coast  Defence  Stations.  Wounded 
May  1915,  Jan.  1916,  and  Aug.  1919. 

RONALD  WILBERFORCE  ALLEN. 

Admitted  February  1913.  Practising  at  2  W^albrook,  E.C.  4.  Joined 
August  25,  1917,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  at 
Home  Aug.  1917  to  April  1919. 


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THOMAS  FREITH  ALLEN. 

Articled  to  F.  E.  Hall,  of  Mexborough.  Enlisted  Feb.  6,  1916,  as 
Private,  8th.  Batt.  York  &  Lancaster  Regt.,  afterwards  transferred  to  1/6  West 
Yorkshire  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  on  Jan.  7,  1917.  Died  from 
wounds  Jan.  9,  1917. 

FRANK  LEONARD  ALLWARD. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Practising  at  10  Gray's  Inn  Square,  W.C.  Joined 
the  Middlesex  Regt.  Nov.  8,  1916,  and  afterwards  transferred  to  the  Army  Pay 
Corps. 

RICHARD  ALMACK. 

Admitted  July  1909.  One  of  the  Assistant  Solicitors  to  M.  C.  Tait,  Solicitor, 
L.  &  N.W.  Rly.,  Euston  Station.  Enlisted  August  9, 1914,  as  Private,  1st  Batt. 
Hon.  Artillery  Co.  (Infantry).  Gazetted  1st  Lieut.  Royal  Engineers  March  9, 
1915.  Gazetted  Capt.  Dec.  1,  1915.  Served  in  Belgium  and  France  from 
Sept.  1914  until  May  1918,  when  invalided  home. 

ARTHUR  JAMES  ALMOND. 

Admitted  Nov.  1900.  Member  of  Edwin  Almond  &  Sons,  of  Man- 
chester. Joined  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Dec.  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Dec.  1916,  1st  Lieut.  June  1918,  Served  in  France  Feb.  1917  to  Dec. 
1918. 

WILLIAM  EDMUND  AMBROSE. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Practising  at  Plymouth.  Joined  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.)  March  27,  1917.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.  May  22, 
1917.     Promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  22,  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

REGINALD  AMOS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905.  Practised  at  Warrington.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut. 
10th  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.  from  May  11,  1915,  afterwards 
transferred  to  12th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.     Promoted  Lieut. 

RICHARD  FERRAND  AMPHLETT. 

Admitted  June  1906.  Member  of  Adams  &  Amphlett,  of  Wolverhampton. 
Joined  June  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Worcestershire  Regt.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  April  5,  1917. 

ALBERT  JOHN  GORDON  ANDERSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  With  Martineau  &  Reid,  of  2  Raymond  Buildings, 
Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(London  Scottish)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

ANDREW  STEWART  ANDERSON. 

Admitted  July  1901.  Member  of  Harrison,  Burton,  Alcock  &  Anderson, 
of  Liverpool.  MobiKsed  on  outbreak  of  war  as  Capt.  10th  Batt.  King's  Liver- 
pool Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish)  (T.)  and  gazetted  to  his  Majority  Jan.  1905. 
Reported  missing,  believed  killed,  June  1915. 

ARTHUR  GEORGE  ANDERSON. 

Admitted  July  1909.  Member  of  Roberts,  Riley,  Creeke  &  Anderson,  of 
Manchester.  Enhsted  April  1916,  as  Gunner,  3/1  Home  Counties  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery  (T.).     Commissioned  Dec.  16,  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field 


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Artillery  and  attached  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  Sept.  1917.  Promoted  Lieut. 
June  1918,  and  A/Capt.  and  Adjutant  Aug.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Served  in  France. 

JOHN  SLOANE  ANDERSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Assistant  Solicitor  to  Metropohtan  Railway,  Baker 
Street  Station,  N.W.  Enhsted  Aug.  28,  1914,  as  Private,  18th  Batt.  Royal 
Fusihers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt. 
Feb.  22,  1915,  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  Sept.  1915,  promoted  Lieut. 
Sept.  1916  and  Capt.  April  1,  1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  Savy 
June  16,  1916,  night  bombing. 

JOSEPH  BAKER  ANTDERSON. 

Admitted  April  1900.  Practising  at  Nottingham.  Served  as  Sergeant  7th 
Batt.  Notts  &  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  (T.). 

KENNETH  REINTHARDT  ANDERSON. 

Articled  to  AllejTie  Brown,  of  Southport.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

REGINALD  ANDERSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Oxley  &  Coward,  of  Rother- 
ham.  Enlisted  Nov.  1,  1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  York  &  Lancaster  Regt.  June 
1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July  12,  1917.  Served  in  France  1916.  Wounded 
Sept.  1,  1916. 

GEORGE  LYONS  ANDREW. 

Admitted  Sept.  1905,  practised  at  52  Cheapside,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut. 
11th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt. 

RICHARD  HYNMAN  ANDREW. 

Admitted  Jan.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Andrew  Wood,  Purves  & 
Sutton,  of  8  &  9  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  9,  1914, 
as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Co.  (Infantry).  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  Suffolk 
Regt.  July  10,  1915,  Temp.  Lieut.  (General  List)  July  10,  1916,  Temp.  Capt. 
(General  List)  Sept.  25,  1917  (Dep.  Asst.  Military  Secretary),  Temp.  Lieut. - 
Col.  (General  List)  Jan.  1,  1917  (Asst.  Military  Secretary).  Mentioned  in  Dis- 
patches three  times.  Awarded  the  M.C.,  the  British  Empire  Order  4th  Class, 
and  the  Order  of  the  Nile  3rd  Class.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  9  to  Sept.  18,  1914, 
France  Sept.  19,  1914  to  June  1917,  Egypt  and  Palestine  June  1917  to  Oct.  1919. 

LANCELOT  FREDERICK  ANDREWES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Practised  at  Hove.  Served  as  Lieut.  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps. 

ARTHUR  GEORGE  ANDREWS. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Practised  at  Enfield.  Served  as  Lieut.  "  A  "  Battery 
Hon.  Artillery  Co. 

ARTHUR  NEWTON  ANDREWS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Private  Secretary  to  Mr.  E.  A.  Strauss,  M.P. 
Joined   Aug.    28,    1914,  as  2nd    Lieut.,  Oxford    and   Bucks   Light   Infantry, 


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promoted  to  Captain  1915.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France.     Invalided  out 
March  1918. 

FRANCIS  NICHOLAS  ANDREWS. 

Articled  to  S.  R.  Andrews,  of  Bourne,  Lines.  Joined  Sept.  1914  as  Private, 
Public  Schools  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  15th  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Rifles, 
Dec.  10,  1914.  Served  in  France.  Died  Oct.  11,  1915,  at  Villers  Bocage 
(France)  from  sickness  contracted  during  War. 

GEORGE  RODDAM  ANGUS. 

Articled  to  G.  W.  Hodgson,  of  Stanhope,  Co.  Durham.  Joined  Dec. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry.  Promoted  Temp. 
Lieut,  in  June  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  April  1916.  Reverted  to  2nd  Lieut,  on 
returning  to  England  in  April  1916.  Acting  Capt.  Nov.  1917.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium.  Slightly  wounded 
March  1916. 

JOHN  ARCHIBALD  ANGUS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Practised  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of 
Capt.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

ALLAN  YOUNG  ANNAND. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  On  the  Staff  of  the  Pubhc  Trustee.  Joined  28th 
Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles)  as  Private,  Aug.  1914.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  1st  Batt.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  May  1915.  Served  in  France 
and  Mesopotamia.  Wounded  at  Senn-a-gat  March  1916.  Killed  in  bombing 
action  Jan.  9-10,  1917. 

FRANK  FOSTER  ANNEAR. 

Articled  to  W.  P.  Annear,  of  Cardiff.  Served  as  Sergeant  Royal  Field 
Artillery  (T).     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Welch  FusiHers  Dec.  1915. 

JAMES  BERTRAM  ANNETT. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Practising  Morpeth,  Northumberland.  Joined 
June  1915  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt. 
Northumberland  Fusiliers  Oct.  11,  1915.  Promoted  Lieut.  June  1,  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France. 

ALFRED  ANSTEY. 

Admitted  March  1900.  Member  of  Houlditch,  Anstey  &  Thompson,  of 
Exeter.     Served  as  Major  with  the  4th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  in  India. 

HENRY  CHARLES  ANSTEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1898.  Member  of  Anstey  &  Co.,  of  30  Essex  Street,  W.C. 
Served  as  Capt.  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 

ERNEST  FRANK  ANTHONY. 

Admitted  March  1892.  INIember  of  Watts  &  Anthony,  of  Plymouth. 
Served  as  Capt.  5th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt. 

HENRY  ANTHONY  BIRRELL  ANTHONY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1884.  Practised  at  Thame.  Served  as  Lieut-Col.  1st 
(Reserve)  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt. 


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JOHN  RANDOLPH  ANTHONY. 

Admitted  June  1900.     Member  of  Garrard  &  Anthony  of  Worcester  and 
Bromyard.     Joined   March   29,    1915,  as   2nd    Lieut.  3/8t"h   Batt.    Worcester 
Regt.   (T).     Promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  29,   1915,    and    transferred    T.F.  Reserve, 
Capt.  Feb.  15,  1916,  Law  Officer  Southern  Command.     Served  at  Home. 
JOHN  RICHARD  ANTHONY. 

Admitted  July  1909,  practised  at  Pwllheh.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  with 
Territorials  as  Lieut.  Promoted  Capt.  in  1915  and  transferred  Royal  Flying 
Corps.  Flight  Commander  in  1917.  Killed  in  action  May  26,  1917,  and  fell 
within  the  German  line. 

ALFRED  JAMES  APPLETON. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Member  of  Appleton,  Son  &  Snowdon,  of  Leeds. 
Joined  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  as  Private  April  1916.  Commissioned  Temp. 
2nd  Lieut.  May  22,  1916,  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  22,  1917,  A/Capt.  Nov.  30,  1917, 
Temp.  Capt.  Oct.  1,  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  Mesopotamia  Nov.  1916,  to  March  1919,  and  India  March 
1919  to  June  1919. 

CHARLES  EGERTON  APPLETON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1902.     Member  of  Wright  &  Appleton,  of  Wigan.     Joined 
March  19,  1918,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  subsequently  promoted 
to  Sergeant.     Served  ]Mesopotamia. 
JOSEPH  ARCH. 

Articled  to  M.  K.  Pridmore,  of  Coventry.  Served  as  Lieut.  Srd  Batt. 
Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 

CHARLES  DOUGLAS  WARD  ARCHER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898.     Member  of  Murr,  Rusby  &  Archer  of  63  Lincoln's 
Inn  Fields,  W.C.     Served  as  Capt.  23rd  Div-ision  Royal  Field  Artillery. 
CHARLES  KENNETH  ARCHER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Practised  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Served  as  Lieut. 
3rd  King's  African  Rifles. 

CLIFFORD  WALTER  ARCHER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Solicitor's  Office,  Port  of  London  Authority, 
Victoria  Embankment,  E.C.  Enlisted  Jan.  5,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army 
Ordnance  Corps.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Dept.  Jan.  28,  1916. 
Promoted  A/Capt.  July  1917,  A/Major,  April  1919.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Served  in  France. 

FULBERT  RATCLIFFE  ARCHER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Of  Wolverhampton.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Devonshire  Yeomanry.     Promoted  Lieut. 

GOODWYN  LUDDINGTON  ARCHER. 

Admitted  Sept.  1900.  Member  of  Archer  &  Archer,  of  Ely  &  Lynn.  Served 
as  Major  1st  Batt.  Cambridgeshire  Regt. 

LEWIS  KENDRAY  ARCHER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Practising  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Private  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 


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RONALD  HEDLEY  ARCHER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1899.  Member  of  Archer,  Parkin  &  Archer,  of  Stockton- 
on-Tees.  Joined  Jan.  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northumberland  Fusihers,  pro- 
moted 1st  Lieut.  1916.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded  and 
taken  prisoner  Dec.  1917  in  Bullecourt  Sector  and  escaped  same  day.  Died 
on  Dec.  27,  1917  from  wounds  in  Hospital  near  Bapaume. 

THOMAS  HOLLINS  ARDEN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1889.  Member  of  Gamon,  Farmer  &  Co.,  of  Liverpool. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Lieut. -Col.  commanding  Lancashire  and  Cheshire 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery.     Served  at  Home. 

HERBERT  THOMPSON  ARGENT. 

Admitted  May  1906.  Managing  Clerk  with  Jones  &  Son,  of  Colchester. 
Embodied  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Capt. 
Aug.  26,  1914,  Major  June  1,  1916.  Awarded  the  T.D.  May  25,  1919.  Served 
at  Gallipoli.  Very  severely  wounded  at  Suvla  Bay,  Aug.  17,  1915.  Gazetted 
out  on  account  of  wounds.  May  21,  1919. 

EDWARD  NORIVIAN  GWYNN  ARKELL. 

Managing  Clerk  with  Speechly,  Mumford  &  Craig,  lONev/  Square,  Lincoln's 
Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  30,  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  Aug.  10,  1917,  went  as  Instructor  to 
No.  24  (Tank  Corps)  Officer  Cadet  Batt.,  promoted  Lieut.  April  25,  1918, 
A /Capt.  June  1,  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

FRANK  JOSEPH  ARKELL. 

Articled  to  R.  E.  Steel,  of  Cheltenham.  Joined  Sept  10,  1914,  as  Private, 
5th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  (Machine  Gun  Section).  Killed  at  St.  Quentin 
in  Oct.  1917. 

BENJAMIN  ARKLE. 

Articled  to  John  Cam.eron  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  10th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish),  subsequently  gazetted  2nd 
Lieut,  same  Batt.  and  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

STEPHEN  CECIL  ARMITAGE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Ekin,  Morris  &Armitage,  of  Nottingham. 
Mobilised  as  Lieut.  Army  Service  Corps,  Aug.  5,  1914,  promoted  Capt. 
Oct.  12,  1914.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and  at 
Home. 

WILLLAM  ARTHUR  ARMITAGE. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Barstow  &  Midgley,  of  Halifax. 
Enlisted  Oct.  17,  1914,  as  Private,  15th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  1st  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  March  1,  1917,  promoted  Lieut. 
Sept.  1918  and  transferred  General  List  as  Brigade  Intelligence  Officer,  18th 
Infantry  Brigade.  Appointed  Administrative  Staff  Capt.  with  Army  of 
Occupation  (Rhine)  Jan.  1919.  Served  in  Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  Feb.  1916, 
France,  Feb.  1916  to  July  1916,  France  and  Belgium,  March  1917  to  Nov.  1918, 
Army  of  the  Rhine.     Wounded  July  1,  1916,  Battle  of  Somme 


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WILLIAM  JAMES  ARMITAGE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1896.  Practised  at  Sheffield.  Served  as  Major  4th 
(Hallamshire)  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Rcgt.  (T.). 

FORSTER  MOORE  ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  J.  M.  Moore  &  Armstrong,  of  South 
Shields.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.  4th  Northumbrian  Brigade,  Royal 
Field  Artillery,  attached  to  Northumbrian  D.A.C.  as  Adjutant  Nov.  1914, 
promoted  Major  June  1,  1916,  vacated  Adjutant  D.A.C.  Feb.  1917.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  till  April  21,  1915,  and  afterwards 
in  France.  Killed  in  action  between  Heninel  and  St.  Martin's-sur-Cojuel, 
France,  Sept.  25,  1917. 

GEORGE  JACKSON  ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Messrs.  Lidiard  &  Co.,  7 
Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  1.  Enlisted  in  the  Rifle  Brigade  on 
Nov.  10,  1914.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  11th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt. 
April  26,  1915,  promoted  Capt.  July  7,  1916,  Major  April  26,  1918.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  and  Italian  Cross  of  Merit  (Croce  di  Guerra).  Served  at  Home, 
Nov.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  France  and  Belgium,  Aug.  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy, 
Nov.  1917  to  April,  1919.  Wounded  at  Contalmaison  July  10,  1916,  and  at 
Ypres,  March  11,  1917. 

HERBERT  ROWSE  ARINISTRONG. 

Admitted  Feb.  1895.  Member  of  Cheese  &  Armstrong,  of  Hay,  Brecon- 
shire.  Joined  Oct.  20,  1914,  as  Capt.,  1st  Wessex  Field  Co.,  R.E.,  promoted 
Major — substantive  rank — June  1916.  Served  in  France  May  to  Oct.  1918, 
otherwise  at  Home. 

JOHN  ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted  March  1908,  practising  at  Manchester.  Joined  Aug.  29, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1914, 
Capt.  June  30,  1916,  General  Staff  Officer  3rd  Grade  Jan.  22,  1918.  Twice 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  Order  of  the  Nile  4th  Class.  Served 
at  Gallipoli  July  to  August  1915,  Egypt  and  Palestine  Feb.  1916  to  March  1919. 
Wounded  at  Suvla,  Aug.  1915. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted  Nov.  1897.  Practising  at  Eye,  Suffolk.  Joined  May  5,  1917,  as 
Driver  in  No.  2  Cadet  Company,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  Aldershot.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  July  29,  1917,  promoted  1st  Lieut. 
Jan.  29,  1919,  graded  Staff  Lieut,  whilst  employed  in  Record  Office  and 
transferred  to  General  List  with  effect  from  Feb.  8,  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

VINCENT  ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Of  Leicester.  Served  as  Corporal,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

RONALD  HENRY  ARNHOLZ. 

Articled  to  H.  P.  Arnholz,  of  3  &  4  Great  Winchester  Street,  London, 
E.C.  1.  Joined  Sept.  21,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned 
as  2nd  Lieut.  Hertfordshire  Regt.  March  25,  1915,  and  promoted  Lieut.  June  1, 


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1916.     Served  in  Mesopotamia  with  Kut  Relief  Force,  and  subsequently  in 
France.     Killed  in  action  Aug.  23,  1918. 

ALFRED  LEWIS  ARNOLD. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Member  of  Hicks,  Arnold  &  Bender,  35  King 
Street,  Covent  Garden,  W.C.  Enlisted  May  25,  1916,  as  Private,  The  Queen's 
Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.  Granted  a  commission  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  24th  Batt. 
London  Regt.  (Queen's),  attached  to  9th  London  Regt.  (Queen  Victoria  Rifles). 
Killed  in  action  at  Ypres  on  Aug.  15,  1917. 

EDWARD  GLADWIN  ARNOLD. 

Articled  to  Sydney  Morse,  of  1  Kingsway,  W.C.  Joined  1914,  as  Lieut.,  1st 
Wessex  Brigade,  R.F.A.  Reported  "  missing  "  on  March  21,  1918,  and  sub- 
sequently officially  reported  "  beUeved  killed  "  and  "  buried  in  a  military 
cemetery  abroad." 

MONTIE  PHILLIP  ARNOLD. 

Admitted  June  1906.  Member  of  Hicks,  Arnold  &  Bender,  35  King  Street, 
Covent  Garden.  Enlisted  Sept.  1916  as  Rifleman,  5th  Batt.  City  of  London 
Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1st  Batt.  London  Regt., 
attached  39th  Royal  FusiHers  Feb.  1918,  attached  H.Q.  D.E.T.A.,  E.E.F., 
Jerusalem,  Sept.  1918,  Staff  Lieut,  (graded  G.G.),  Assistant  to  Senior  Judicial 
Officer,  President  of  Court  of  First  Instance  for  Kazas,  Haifa,  Acre,  and  Naza- 
reth, and  Staff  Capt.  (graded  F.F.)  Jan.  1919.  Served  at  Home,  Egypt,  and 
Palestine. 

ROBERT  ANTHONY  ARNOLD. 

Admitted  July  1895.  Member  of  Arnold,  Day  and  Tuff,  of  Rochester. 
Joined  Sept.  8,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Capt. 
Royal  Engineers  Oct.  20, 1914,  Major  June  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France  and  Flanders  July  1916  to  Feb.  1919. 

WILLIAM  NOEL  ARNOLD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Member  of  Arnold  &  Son,  of  Birmingham.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  and  subsequently  promoted  A /Lieut. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

SPENCER  LUMSDEN  ARNOTT. 

Admitted  July  1892.     Member  of  Arnott,  Swan  &  Walker,  of  Newcastle- 
on-Tyne.     Served  as  Lieut.  23rd  (Ser\dce)  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers. 
EDWARD  HUGH  ARUNDEL. 

Articled  to  W.  F.  Challinor,  of  Leek.  Joined  Nov.  27,  1914,  as  A.B.,  Royal 
Naval  Division.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Tank  Corps  Feb.  27,  1917.  Promoted 
Lieut.  July  18.  Served  at  Galhpoli  Peninsula,  May  1915,  to  the  Evacua- 
tion, Imbros,  Evacuation  to  May  1916,  France,  May  1916,  to  Aug.  1916, 
France,  May  1917  to  Oct.  1918.  Wounded  Oct.  3,  1918,  at  Estrees  near 
Peronne. 

WILLIAM  FA  WELL  ASCROFT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  R.  &  W.  Ascroft,  of  Preston.  Joined 
April  20,  1915,  as  Capt.,  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt,  seconded  for  duty  as 
R.T.O.  (overseas)  March  11, 1916,  graded  as  Staff  Capt.  July  6,  1917,  rehnquished 


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commission  April  29,   1919,    "  on   account   of  ill-health  contracted  on  active 
service."     Gazetted  Brevet-Major  Jan.  1,  1919.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

JOHN  PRENTICE  ASHBRIDGE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  88  Fenehurch  Street,  E.G.  Served 
as  Private  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles)  and  subsequently 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  18th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Irish  Rifles). 
Promoted  Lieut. 

LAWRENCE  ASHBRIDGE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Member  of  Blair  &  W.  B.  Girling,  of  1  Wool  Exchange, 
Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  2.  Enlisted  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers,  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  March  27,  1917,  to  East  Yorkshire  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Sept.  1918,  served  in  8th  and  1st  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt. 
Served  in  France.     Wounded  Somme,  July  15,  1916,  and  Aug.  26,  1918. 

JOHN  FRANCIS  ASHBY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Ashby  &  Clothier,  of  Liverpool.  Joined 
Aug.  15,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  (Special  Reserve)  Batt.  The  Cheshire  Regt., 
subsequently  promoted  1st  Lieut,  (attached  1st  Cheshire  Regt.).  Invahded 
home  from  Ypres  April,  1915.  Resigned  commission  on  grounds  of  ill-health 
occasioned  by  ser\ice  Aug.  1916.  Secretary  Forging  and  Casting  Dept., 
Ministry  of  Munitions,  Sept.  1916  to  June  1918. 

WILLIAM  ASHCROFT. 

Admitted  April  1907.  Member  of  Dodds,  Ashcroft  &  Cook,  of  Liverpool. 
Enlisted  Sept.  1914  as  Private,  17th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  and  rose  to 
Sergeant.  Received  commission  (early  1915)  and  transferred  to  19th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served  in  France  1915 
to  1917  and  1918.     Wounded  April  9,  1917.     Killed  in  action  March  22,  1918. 

HARRY  SHERARD  OSBORN  ASHINGTON. 

Articled  to  A.  Brown,  of  Southport.  Joined  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt. 
East  Yorkshire  Regt.  Went  to  the  front  July  1915,  and  a  year  later  was 
wounded  and  brought  home.  Went  back  in  Nov.  1916  and  gazetted  A/Capt. 
Killed  in  action  Jan.  31,  1917. 

ALBERT  LEES  ASHTON. 

Admitted  April  1915.  Practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  16th 
(Service)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt. 

CHARLES  ASHTON. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Tyrer,  ToA\'n  Clerk,  Wigan,  Lanes.  Enlisted  Jan.  1916, 
as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).     Served  in  France. 

GEORGE  FREDERICK  ASHTON. 

Admitted  July  1903,  practising  at  Runcorn,  Cheshire.  Joined  Oct.  2, 
1914,  as  Temp.  Capt.,  10th  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  promoted  Temp. 
Major  Dec.  1916,  transferred  to  Labour  Corps.  Oct.  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  in  France.     Wounded  on  the  Somme  on  July  27,  1916. 

HENRY  OSWALD  ASHTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  Bankes,  Ashton  &  Co.,  of  Bury  St.  Ed- 
munds.    Joined  July  1916  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3/5th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt,  promoted 


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to  1st  Lieut,  and  whilst  in  France  attached  to  the  15th  Batt.  Royal  Warwick- 
shire Regt.     Killed  in  action  in  France  on  Aug.  29,  1918. 

JOHN  ASHTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Wilham  E.  Gregson,  of  Liver- 
pool. Enhsted  Feb.  28,  1917,  as  Private,  Labour  Corps,  subsequently  promoted 
Sergeant.     Served  in  France  (Forward  Area)  from  March  1917  to  Nov.  1919. 

FRANCIS  EDWARD  ASHWORTH. 

Admitted  Oct.  1907.  Of  St.  Annes-on-Sea.  Enhsted  Sept.  2,  1914,  as 
Private,  1st  City  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  afterwards  known  as  16th  (Service) 
Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  transferred  Feb.  20,  1917,  to  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
(M.T.).  Served  Nov.  1915  to  Nov.  1917  in  France  and  Belgium,  and  Dec.  1917 
to  March  1919  in  Italy. 

ROBERT  SPENCER  ASHWORTH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  Rowley  &  Co.,  of  Manchester.  Joined 
Oct.  7,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusihers,  promoted  Lieut. 
1915,  Capt.  1916,  Temp.  Major  1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

THOMAS  ASPDEN. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Of  Chorley,  Lanes.  Served  as  Private,  1st  Batt. 
Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt. 

THOMAS  LESLIE  ASTBURY. 

Articled  to  R.  J.  Curtis,  of  Birmingham,  and  afterwards  an  Assistant 
Clerk  to  the  Birmingham  Board  of  Guardians.  Enhsted  Oct.  1914  as  Private, 
14th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  (1st  Birmingham  Batt.),  gazetted  as 
2nd  Lieut,  to  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  Aug.  9,  1915,  and  attained  rank  of 
Capt.     Killed  March  21,  1918,  at  BuUecourt,  France. 

NORMAN  HENRY  ASTE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  John  Holmes  &  Son,  34  Clement's 
Lane,  Lombard  Street,  E.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as  Lance-Corporal,  Hon. 
Artillery  Co.,  promoted  Corporal  on  arrival  in  France  Sept.  1914.  Wounded 
slightly  in  Feb.  15  and  returned  to  England.  Received  Commission  as  2nd 
Lieut,  of  the  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  in  April  1915.  Killed  in  action  near 
Albert  Aug.  4,  1916. 

FREDERIC  MARRINER  ASTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1892.  Formerly  a  member  of  Norman  &  Aston,  of  23 
Surrey  Street,  Strand.  Served  as  Capt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry. 
Killed  in  action  in  Flanders  July  30,  1915. 

WALTER  VINCENT  ASTON. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  K.  Rawlins,  of  Bournemouth.  Joined  1914  as  Private, 
Universities  and  Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusihers,  subsequently  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Fusiliers,  and  promoted  Lieut. 

ROLAND  WALDEGRAVE  ATCHLEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Practising  at  50  Jermyn  Street,  S.W.  1.  Joined 
June  1916  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regiment  (Artists  Rifles). 
Commission  in  Royal  Flying  Corps   as  Equipment   Officer  3rd    Class,    Sept. 


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1916,     rank  2nd    Lieut.,    subsequently    transferred  to   Royal  Air   Force   as 
a  Lieut.  April  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

JAMES  FREDERICK  HAYNES  ATKEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  Atkey  &  Son,  of  9  Sackville  Street, 
Piccadilly,  W.  Joined  Aug.  1915  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  3/2nd  North  Midland  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.)  Dec.  1915,  pro- 
moted Lieut,  about  August  1917,  Capt.  about  Aug.  1918.  Served  in  France 
Feb.  1917  to  Sept.  1918.     Wounded  Sept.  3,  1918. 

ALFRED  JOHN  ATKINS. 

Admitted  May  1917.  Managing  Clerk  to  Hodding  &  Jackson,  of  Salisbury. 
Enlisted  Nov.  20,  1914,  in  6th  (Cyclist)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  as  a  Motor- 
cyclist Dispatch  Rider  with  rank  of  Lance-Corporal.  Discharged  on  March  10, 
1915,  as  Medically  Unfit  for  Further  Service  owing  to  defective  vision. 

CECIL  CHARLES  ATKINS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Practised  at  Lowestoft.  Served  as  Lieut.  6th 
(Cyclist)  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt. 

GEORGE  JAMES  MURRAY  ATKINS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1897.  With  Gibson  &  Weldon,  27  Chancery  Lane,  London. 
Joined  July  1917  as  Cadet  in  the  Garrison  Officers  Cadet  Batt.,  Cambridge. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1st  Garrison  Batt.  Worcester  Regt.  Sept.  17,  1917,  Staff 
Lieut.  R.T.O.  France,  June  8,  1918.     Served  in  France. 

JOHN  LLOYD  ATKINS. 

Articled  to  Percy  William  Leighton  Earle,  of  Merthyr  Tydfil.  Enlisted 
Jan.  1916  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  Royal  Fusihers.  Gazetted  Sub-Lieut,  in 
the  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  and  attached  to  Royal  Naval  Division 
March  1,  1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

ARTHUR  ATKINSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1886.  Member  of  Atkinson  &  Stainer,  of  Folkestone. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Major  4th  Batt.  The  Buffs  (East  Kent  Regt.)  (T.). 

BERNARD  STEWART  ATKINSON. 

Articled  to  W.  Walford,  of  Walsall.  Joined  1914  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C,  subsequently  receiving  his  Commission  and  promoted  to  A/Capt. 
South  Staffordshire  Regt.     Killed  in  action  at  Bourlon  Wood,  Nov.  30,  1917. 

GEORGE  JAMES  ATKINSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Managing  Clerk  with  Messrs.  Burd,  Pearse,  Prick- 
man  &  Brown,  of  Okehampton,  Devon.  Joined  Sept.  26,  1916  as  Ordinary 
Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Commissioned  Sub-Lieut.  R.N.V.R. 
Dec.  10,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  10,  1918.  Served  with  the  Grand  Fleet 
(Destroyer  Flotillas)  and  in  the  Mediterranean  (Motor  Launch  Patrol.) 

JOSEPH  ALBERT  ATKINSON. 

Admitted  June  1916.  Of  Leeds.  Served  as  Lance-Bombadier  16th 
Heavy  Battery,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

NORMAN  EVANS  ATKINSON. 

Articled  to  C.  E.  Atkinson,  of  Harrogate.  Served  as  Lieut.  3rd  Batt. 
West  Yorkshire  Regt      Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 


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REGINALD  DOUGLAS  ATKINSON. 

Admitted  July  1904.  Of  Bangkok,  Siam.  Served  as  Capt.  6th  Reserve 
of  Cavalry. 

JAMES  ATTENBOROUGH. 

Admitted  Oct.  1907.  Member  of  Stanley  Attenborough  &  Co.,  18 
Piccadilly,  London.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Major,  2nd  Batt.  London  Regt., 
promoted  Lieut. -Col.  Dec.  1914.  Four  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  C.M.G.  and  T.D.     Served  at  Malta,  France,  and  Home. 

RALPH  ERNEST  ATTENBOROUGH. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  Attenboroughs,  of  15  &  16  Thavies 
Inn,  Holborn,  E.C.  Served  as  Sergeant  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Subsequently 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  and  promoted  Lieut.  Lieut.  Machine 
Gun  Corps. 

HAROLD  FREDERIC  ATTER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901,  practising  at  Wakefield.  Joined  Oct.  31,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut. 
Jan.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  March  1915,  reverted  to  2nd  Lieut,  on  alteration 
of  posting  Aug.  1916,  appointed  Staff  Capt.  138th  Inf.  Brigade  Sept. 
1917,  appointed  Staff  Capt.,  H.Q.  First  Army  April  14,  1918.  Once  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served  at 
Home  1914  to  1916,  and  in  France  1916  to  1919. 

RAYMOND  GEORGE  ATTRIDE. 

Admitted  June  1913,  practised  at  Wellington  College,  Berks.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  as  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt,  promoted  Capt.  Sept. 
1914.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Killed  in  action,  Aug.  14,  1916,  near 
Pozieres,  France. 

LESLIE  FRANK  ATTWATER. 

Articled  to  L.  W.  Liell,  of  110  Bishopsgate,  E.C.  Joined  Jan.  20,  1915, 
as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  Sept.  23,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  Sept.  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Jan.  1915  to  April  1916 
and  in  France  May  1916  to  May  1919.     Slightly  wounded  July  30,  1917. 

JOHN  LORIMER  AUDEN. 

Articled  to  T.  E.  Auden,  of  Burton-on-Trent.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as 
1st  Lieut.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  July  1915.  Awarded 
the  M.C.     Served  in  France.     Blown  up  by  shell  at  Monchy  Sept.  1916. 

DUDLEY  AUKLAND. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Lieut.  5th 
Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.  (T.). 

CECIL  WALTER  AUSTIN 

Admitted  July  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Nicholson,  Patterson  & 
Freeland,  46  Queen  Anne's  Gate,  London,  S.W.  Joined  Nov.  3,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1915,  Capt. 
March,  1916.     Served    in  France  Jan.  1915  to  March  1919. 


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ROGER  LORIMER  AUSTIN. 

Admitted  May  1902,  practised  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Major  1st  South 
Midland  (Gloucestershire)  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.). 

HENRY  AUTY. 

Admitted  May  1879.  Member  of  Auty  &  Sons,  of  Sheffield.  Served  as 
Lieut.  4th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt. 

DOUGLAS  HENRY  AVORY. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practised  at  18  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  Joined 
Oct.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.,  and  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France. 

EDMUND  PORTMAN  AWDRY. 

Articled  to  E.  M.  Awdry,  of  Chippenham,  Wilts.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914 
as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Wiltshire  Yeomanry.  Appointed  Adjutant  Dec.  1915, 
and  promoted  Capt.  Feb.  1916.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France. 

NEVILLE  JOHN  AWDRY. 

Articled  to  R.  B.  Wood,  of  Chippenham.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Lieut. 
4th  Batt.  Wiltshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916,  Staff  Capt.  Poona 
Brigade,  India,  Aug.  1916  to  December  1917.  Served  in  India  December 
1914  to  Oct.  1919. 

HERBERT  EDWARD  AYRES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Reed  &  Reed,  1  Guildhall 
Chambers,  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Enhsted  July  8,  1918,  as  Private,  28th 
Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Lance-Corporal 
Oct.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

PERCY  DANFORD  ALWARD 

Admitted  May  1911.  Member  of  Henry  J.  King  &  Aylward,  of  Salisbury. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  15th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt. 


FRANCIS  ERIC  LEONARD  BACHE. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Member  of  Wm.  Bache  &  Sons,  of  West  Bromwich. 
Enlisted  Sept.  1914  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  Gazetted 
1st  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  Nov.  1,  1915,  promoted 
Capt.  Feb.  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Gallipoli  and  France. 
Wounded  April  1918. 

CHARLES  WALTER  BACK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Member  of  Francis  &  Back,  of  Norwich.  Enlisted 
Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  19th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Commissioned 
3rd  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  May  23,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Capt. 
Sept.  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  Home,  and  in  Egypt,  Palestine, 
and  Syria. 

HENRY  WILLIAM  BACK. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Member  of  Francis  &  Back,  of  Norwich.  Mobilised 
as  Lieut.,  Norfolk  Regt.  Aug.  4,  1914,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Major 
Sept.  1917.     Served  at  Home,  in  France,  Italy,  and  Belgium. 


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HORACE  AUBREY  BACK. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Surtees,  Phillpotts  &  Co.,  6  St.  Helen's 
Place,  London,  E.C.  Joined  Feb.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Gloucestershire 
Regt.,  subsequently  attached  in  France  to  1st  Batt.  Killed  in  France 
Sept.  22,  1916. 

HENRY  BACKHOUSE. 

Articled  to  Henry  Backhouse,  of  Blackburn.     Joined  Dec.  13,  1917,  Inns 
of  Court   O.T.C.      Transferred  to  2nd   Cavalry  Officers  Cadet   School,   April 
1918,  gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  6th  Reserve  Regt.  of  Dragoons  Oct.  18,  1918. 
Served  at  Home. 
STANLEY  EDGAR  BADCOCK. 

Admitted  May  1904-.  :Member  of  F.  &  S.  E.  Badcock,  of  Bishop  Auckland. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  Durham  Light  Infantry.  Promoted  Major 
March  1915.     Killed  in  action  April  26,  1915,  at  the  2nd  Battle  of  Ypres. 

CYRIL  LAUD  BADDELEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Baddeleys  &  Co.,  of  77  Leadenhall 
Street,  E.C.     Served  as  Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 

EDWARD  LAWRENCE  BADDELEY. 

Admitted  June  1893.  Practised  at  Manchester.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as 
Major,  8th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers.  Served  in  Egypt  and  Galhpoh.  Killed 
in  action  at  Gallipoli,  June  6,  1915. 

JAMES  ALEXANDER  BADDILEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906.  Member  of  Baddiley  &  Co.,  of  Doncaster.  Enhsted 
June  7,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Serxace  Corps,  promoted  Corporal  Nov. 
1915.     Served  in  France  Aug.  1915  to  Feb  1919. 

PERCY  BADHAM. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Of  Tewkesbury.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt. 
Gloucestershire  Regt. 

GEOFFREY  THOMAS  BAGGALLAY. 

Articled  to  A.  Bathurst,  48  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (The  Artists).  Promoted  Sergeant 
Dec.  1914,  gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  Welch  Regt.  May  9,  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  South  Wales  Borderers  Aug.  1917,  Capt.  Aug.  1919.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  May  24,  1915,  and  Nov.  20,  1917. 

GEORGE  BARRY  BAGNALL. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practised  at  147  Oxford  Street,  W.  Joined  Aug. 
1914  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Royal  Fusihers,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
13th  Batt.  Rifle  Brigade.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  April  20,  1917. 

BRIAN  GRIERSON  BAILEY. 

Articled  to  N.  C.  Bailey,  of  5  Bemers  Street,  W.  Joined  1914  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Queen  Victoria's  Rifles).     Promoted  Lieut. 

CHARLES  FREDERIC  BAILEY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1895.  Practising  at  Leicester.  Served  as  Capt.  4th  (Re- 
serve) Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.  (T.). 


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ED\yARD  ALEC  HORSMAN  BAILEY. 

Admitted  April  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Baileys,  Shaw  &  Gillett,  of 
5  Berners  Street,  W.  1.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Major,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.) 
Promoted  A/Lieut.-Col.  July  1917,  Lieut.-Col.  May  19i8,  Staff  Capt.  Royal 
Artillery  Aug.  1914  to  April  1916,  Brigade-Major  Royal  Artillery  April  1916 
to  Jan.  1917.  Four  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  D.S.O.  Served 
at  Home  1914  to  1915,  in  France  1915  to  1916,  and  Egypt  and  Palestine  191& 
to  1918.     Invalided  Home  with  dysentery  and  typhoid  Aug.  1918. 

GILBERT  HOWARD  BAILEY. 

Admitted  April  1907.  Member  of  Cooper,  Sons,  Marsh  &  Bailey,  of  Man- 
chester. Enlisted  Nov.  1914  as  Ord.  Seaman  in  R.N.V.R.  and  later  promoted 
to  Chief  Petty  Officer.  Transferred  to  the  Army  in  May  1916  and  granted 
commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Served  with  the  Egyptian 
Camel  Transport  Corps  from  May  1916  to  Nov.  1916  in  Egypt  and  Sinai  and  then 
transferred  to  Remount  Services  and  appointed  Adjutant  of  a  Camel  Remount 
Depot  at  Suez,  Egypt,  promoted  to  Capt.  and  later  made  Commandant  of 
No.  2  Camel  Remount  Depot,  Egypt.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
in  Gallipoli,  Egj^t,  and  Sinai.  Military  visits  to  Arabia,  Soudan,  and  British 
Somaliland. 

WILLIAM    HENRY  BAILEY. 

Admitted  May  1900.  Town  Clerk  of  Taunton.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914 
as  Lieut.,  Somerset  Royal  Horse  Artillery.  Promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1914, 
Major  March  1918.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Nov.  1917,  Egypt  and 
Palestine  Nov.  1917  to  May  1918,  and  France  June  1918  to  Nov.  1918. 

WILLIAM  JOHN  BAILEY. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Bailey,  of  Newport,  Isle  of  Wight.  Enlisted  Nov.  1916 
as  Signaller,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  subsequently  employed  as  Dispatch 
Rider,  attached  R.E.  (Signals).  Served  in  France  and  with  British  Army  of 
the  Rhine. 

EDWARD  MILLEAR  BAILY. 

Admitted  May  1903.  Practising  at  Glastonbury.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914 
with  the  Somerset  Light  Infantry  and  attained  the  rank  of  Major.  Served  in 
India  and  Mesopotamia. 

GERARD  GIBSON  BAILY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1899.  Assistant  to  N.  J.  Hughes-Hallett,  Clerk  of  the 
Peace  and  of  the  County  Council,  Derbyshire.  Rejoined  the  5th  Batt.  Sher- 
wood Foresters  (Notts  and  Derby  Regt.)  as  Capt.  Oct.  1914.  Served  in  France. 
THOMAS  BENJAMIN  BAINBRIDGE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Balderston,  Warren  &  Pothe- 
cary,  of  Letchworth,  Herts,  and  82  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  1.  Joined  July  5,  1915, 
as  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.).  Promoted  1st  Lieut. 
Jan.  1916,  A/Capt.  (attached  Salonica  Base  Headquarters  for  legal  duties) 
Dec.  1918,  subsequently  confirmed  Temp.  Capt.  and  Courts-Martial  Officer, 
Salonica  Base  Headquarters  as  from  same  date.  Once  mentioned  in  Dis- 
patches. Served  in  Macedonia  and  Bulgaria  Aug.  1916  to  Nov.  1918, 
subsequently  throughout  the  "  Army  of  the  Black  Sea,"  generally— Saloncia, 


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Turkey,  Bulgaria,  and  South  Russia,  to  July  1919,  on  special  legal  duties  for 
G.H.Q.,  H.Q.  Lines  of  Communication,  and  H.Q.  Salonica  Base. 

ELLIS  EYTON  BAINES. 

Admitted  May  1897.  Member  of  Vandercom  &  Co.,  23  Bush  Lane,  E.C.  4. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Promoted  A/Sergt.  Nov.  1914,  and  Company  Q.M.S.  in  Jan.  1915, 
gazetted  Lieut.  Army  Ordnance  Department  on  June  17,  1915,  promoted 
Capt.  March  1917.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Died  at  No.  2  British  Red 
Cross  Hospital,  Rouen,  on  Aug.  7,  1918,  from  illness  following  ser\'ice. 

STEPHEN  HUMPHREY  BAINES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1900.  Member  of  Hazel  &  Baines,  of  Oxford.  Joined  2/4 
Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry  (T.)  Sept.  15,  1914,  as  a  Private.  Commission 
in  Sherwood  Foresters  1915,  transferred  to  Labour  Corps  Sept.  1917,  attached 
13th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  June  1918,  joined  119th  Light  Trench 
Mortar  Battery  July  1918.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium. 
Wounded  on  the  Somme  March  1917,  and  near  Armentieres  Oct.  5,  1918. 

ERIC  JOHN  BAIRSTOW. 

Articled  to  T.  S.  Steel,  of  Warrington.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut., 
l/5th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  (T.F.).  Promoted  Lieut.  May  1915,  Capt.  Sept. 
1915.     Served  6  months  in  England  and  4  years  in  France  and  Belgium. 

AUBREY  HALLIWELL  BAKER. 

Articled  to  E.  E.  Baker,  of  Weston-super-Mare.  MobiHsed  Aug.  1914  as 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  (T.).  Promoted  Capt.  Oct.  1914. 
Served  in  India,  chiefly  on  frontier,  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1916,  and  in  Mesopotamia 
Feb.  and  March  1916.     Killed  in  action  in  the  advance  to  Kut  March  8,  1916. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  EVELYN  BAKER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  Member  of  Baker  &  Sons,  of  35  Parliament  Street, 
S.W.  Served  as  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  and  Motor  Machine 
Gun  Corps,  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

FRANK  JAMES  BAKER. 

Admitted  June  1912,  practising  at  Guildford.  Enhsted  Aug.  6,  1914,  as 
Private,  13th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Flying 
Corps  Feb.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1917,  Major  (Staff  Officer  2nd  Class) 
July  1918.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home. 

GEORGE  BRINGLEY  AUFRERE  BAKER. 

Articled  to  B.  A.  Collins,  of  Reading.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Berk- 
shire Regt.  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.     Awarded  the  31. C. 

GEORGE  FREDERICK  BAKER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Baker  &  Meek,  of  Willenhall.  Enlisted 
Dec.  10,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Sergeant  from 
Feb.  1917,  A/Mechanist  Staff  Sergeant  July  1917  to  Aug.  1918.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  Mesopotamia. 

HUGH  HASSARD  BAKER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1912.  Member  of  Baker  &  Sons,  of  35  Parliament  Street, 
S.W.     Served  vdth  the  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 


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JOSEPH  BAWRON  BAKER. 

Articled  to  Charles  R.  Steele,  of  6  Finsbury  Square,  E.C.  2.  Joined 
May  17,  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Warwickshire  Regt.  Aug.  21,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1917.  Served 
in  Mesopotamia  March  1916  to  Aug.  1918,  and  with  North  Persian  Force 
Aug.  1918  to  Feb.  1919.     Wounded  April  5,  1916,  at  Felahiged,  Mesopotamia. 

JOSIAH  FERDINAND  BAKER. 

Admitted  April  1913,  practised  at  Burnley.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut. 
5th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt. 

NEVILLE  ERNEST  BAKER. 

Articled  to  E.  E.  Baker,  of  Weston-super-Mare.  Joined  Aug.  1914  as 
Motor  Cychst  Despatch  Rider-Corporal,  Royal  Engineers  (Signals).  Sailed  for 
France  with  First  Division  Aug.  1914,  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Engineers  Jan.  1915,  Brigade  Signal  Officer  1915,  promoted  Lieut.,  attached  to 
Headquarters  2nd  Brigade  Tank  Corps,  1917.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium 
1914  to  1917.  Died  of  w^ounds  at  Voormezeele  near  Yypres,  Belgium,  July  31, 
1917. 

REGINALD  LAWRENCE  BAKER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901,  practised  at  Abergavenny.  MobiHsed  Aug.  1914  as 
Capt.  3rd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.     Killed  in  action  at  Ypres  May  8,  1915. 

THO:\L\S  MACDONALD  BAKER. 

Articled  to  E.  T.  Hall,  of  Reading.  MobiHsed  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  a  Lieut., 
l/6th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  (T.).  Promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Oct.  1914,  con- 
firmed in  rank  of  Capt.  June  1916.  Served  at  Home,  Aden,  and  India. 
Wounded  Jan.  5,  1918. 

FRANCIS  SHORLAND  BALL. 

Admitted  July  1901,  practised  at  Manchester.  Served  as  Lieut.,  1st 
Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt. 

FRANK  LESLIE  BALL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Member  of  Godfrey,  Warr  &  Co.,  of  Palmerston 
House,  34  Old  Broad  Street,  London,  E.C.  Enhsted  Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Private, 
in  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
East  Yorkshire  Regt.  Oct.  3,  1915,  promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant  July  1916, 
A/Major  Oct.  1916.  Temporarily  commanding  Battalion  Nov.  and  Dec. 
1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  from  Jan.  1915  until  taken 
prisoner  at  Wytscheate  Ridge,  April  28,  1918. 

JOHN  RAYIMOND  MORTON  BALL. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Member  of  Ball,  Smith  &  Playne,  of  Stroud,  Glos. 
Called  up  on  Embodiment  of  Territorial  Force  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps.  Promoted  to  Major  Oct.  1914,  and  to  Lieut. -Col. 
June  1916.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  in  France  March  1915,  to  Nov.  1915, 
and  May  1916,  to  Sept.  1916. 

CECIL  BALLS. 

Admitted  July  1896.  Clerk  with  Richardson,  Foxwell  &  Hart,  of  Much 
Hadham,  Herts.     Served  as  Corporal,  4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Essex  Regt. 


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ARTHUR  BALMER. 

Admitted  May  1899.  Member  of  Church,  Adams,  Prior  &  Balmer,  of 
11  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Dec.  1915  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  Served  in  Auxiliary  Patrol,  North 
Sea  and  English  Channel,  minesweeping  and  patrol.  In  command  of  H.M.M.L. 
191  from  Aug.  1916  to  Feb.  1919.  Received  share  of  Admiralty  award  for 
destruction  of  enemy  submarine  in  Aug.  1918. 

ARTHUR  EDWARD  BANES. 

Admitted  June  1909,  practising  at  37  &  38  Mark  Lane,  E.C.  Served  as 
Private,  2nd  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

EDGAR  HASLAM  BANKS. 

Articled  to  Frederick  Jackson,  of  Nottingham.  Joined  Aug.  7,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  Lieut.  Machine 
Gun  Corps  Jan.  1918,  A/Capt.  58th  Machine  Gun  Batt.  Aug.  1918,  Lieut. 
Machine  Gun  Corps  Nov.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Served  at  Home,  France, 
1915,  Egypt  1916  to  1917,  France  and  Flanders  1917  to  1919. 

ERNEST  HENRY  BANKS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Banks,  Kendall  &  Taylor,  of  Liverpool. 
Served  as  Capt.,  15th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt. 

RUSSELL  EVARARD  BANKS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1914.  Of  Twickenham.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  East 
Surrey  Regt. 

SYDNEY  NEAL  BANKS. 

Articled  to  J.  I.  Dodd,  of  11  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Served  as 
Private,  12th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt. 

HAROLD  JAMES  THOMAS  BANNEHR. 

Admitted  July  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Mackrell,  Maton  &  Co.,  of 
Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined  June  3,  1915,  the  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  Sept.  29,  1915.  Reported  missing 
on  Nov.  5,  1916,  after  an  attack  near  to  the  Butte  de  Warlencourt,  and  on 
March  20, 1919,  the  War  Authorities  presumed  his  death  as,  on,  or  since  Nov.  5, 
1916. 

ERNEST  BANNISTER. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  S.  Aitken,  of  Nelson.     Served  as  Private,  10th  T.R.  Batt. 

WILLIAM  WILSON  BANNISTER. 

Admitted  April  1907,  practising  at  Stourbridge.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914 
as  Private,  Public  Schools  Batt.  Promoted  Sergeant  Dec.  1914,  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  12th  Batt.  Scottish  Rifles  May  1915,  and  subsequently  promoted 
Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  and  afterwards  attached  1st  Batt.  The 
Royal  Irish.  Served  in  Serbia  1915,  Salonica  1916  to  1918,  Palestine  1918 
till  Armistice.     Wounded  March  18,  1918  (Palestine). 

EDWARD  SPENCER  BANTOFT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  Lonsdale  &  Everidge,  of 
1  Adam  Street,  Adelphi,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C,  and  promoted  Corporal  Nov.  1914  and  Sergeant  Jan.  1915,  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade) 


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April  2,  1915,  promoted   Lieut.  July    1916.     Served  in  France  July  1916   to 
Sept.  1916.     Died  Sept.  11,  1916  at  a  Casualty  Clearing  Station  of  wounds 
received  in  action  at  Combles  the  previous  day. 
HUGH  LAWRENCE  BANTOFT. 

Articled  to  E.  P.  Ridley,  of  Ipswich.  Served  as  Private,  1st  East  Anglian 
Field  Ambulance,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps. 

JAMES  HIRST  BANYARD. 

Admitted   March    1913,    practised   at   Leyburn.     Given    commission    as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Bedfordshire  Regt.  in  May  1915,  and  sent  to  the  front  in  Aug.  1916. 
Killed  in  action  Sept.  3,  1916. 
BRADLEY  KING  BELL  BARBER. 

Articled  to  J.  Carter  Harrison,  of  39  Great  James  Street,  W.C.  Served  as 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 

CYRIL  ARTHUR  BARBER. 

Admitted  July  1915.  Member  of  Barbers,  of  Harrogate.  Enlisted 
Jan.  1916  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Served  in  France  March  1917 
to  April  1919. 

GEOFFREY  CAREW  BARBER. 

Articled  to  H.  E.  Donnes,  of  Scarborough.     Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt., 
5th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.).     Served  in  France  April  13  to  25,  1915.     Killed 
in  action  near  St.  Julien,  Ypres,  Belgium,  April  25,  1915. 
LAURENCE  HENRY  BARBER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Member  of  Watson,  Esam  &  Barber,  of  Sheffield. 
Joined  Sept.  23,  1914,  as  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.,  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  (T.F.), 
promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Temp.  Capt.  March  1915,  Substantive 
Capt.  June  1916,  Adjutant  4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  June  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 
Served  at  Home. 

SYDNEY  BARBER. 

Articled  to  Francis  Barber,  of  Harrogate.  Enlisted  Sept.  15,  1914,  as 
Private,  5th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Fteld 
Artillery  Oct.  1,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Capt.  Dec.  1917.  Served 
at  Home  to  Nov.  1915,  Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  March  1916,  France  March  1916  to 
Dec.  1918,  Germany  Dec.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

HENRY  GLADSTONE  BARCLAY. 

Admitted  May  1904.  Of  Macclesfield.  Joined  Nov.  25,  1916,  as  Lieut., 
Territorial  Force  Reserve,  promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

ARTHUR  HA^IILTON  BARDSWELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1896.  Member  of  Longueville  &  Co.,  of  Oswestry. 
Enlisted  Sept.  11,  1918,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles). 

JOHN  CLAUDE  HORSEY  BARFIELD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Barfield  &  Barfield,  1  West 
Street,  Finsbury  Circus,  London,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Flying  Corps.  Served  in  Flanders.  Killed  whilst  flying  near  Ypres  on  June  29, 
1915. 


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JOHN  FOSTER  BARHAIM. 

Articled  to  R.  A.  Pinsent,  of  Birmingham.  Enlisted  Aug.  14,  1914,  as 
Private,  16th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps,  Feb.  8,  1915,  promoted  1st  Lieut.  July  1915,  Capt.  July  1918. 
Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  at  Home,  in  Ireland,  France,  and  Belgium. 

GEOFFREY  MENTOR  BARK. 

Admitted   Feb.   1908.     Assistant   Solicitor  to   Birmingham   Corporation. 
Joined   Nov.  5,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,   4th    Batt.  Royal    Warwickshire  Regt., 
promoted    Lieut.  July  1917.     Served  in  France    Sept.  1916    to  April    1917. 
Wounded  April  14,  1917,  near  la  Coulotte. 
ARTHUR  PRESCOTT  BARKER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909,  practising  at  32  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.     Joined 
June  6,  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  Lieut. 
Dec.  1917.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  Serbia  Aug.  1916  to 
April  1919. 
CHARLES  WILLIAM  TONE  BARKER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Dixon  &  Barker,  of  Sunderland.  Joined 
Aug.  1914  as  Trooper,  15th  Hussars.  Gazetted  Lieut.  15th  Batt.  Durham 
Light  Infantry  1915,  promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1915.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  France.  Wounded  at  Fricourt  July  1,  1916.  Killed  at  Clery-sur-Somme 
March  24,  1918. 
CLAUDE  BARKER. 

Admitted  July  1884,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Mobilised  as  Capt.,  West 
Riding  Divisional  Royal  Engineers,  commanded  the  49th,  62nd,  and  72nd 
Signal  Coys.,  also  had  charge  of  the  3rd  Line  Grouped  Signal  Coys.,  Northern 
Command,  and  was  2nd  in  Command  at  Biggleswade  Signal  Depot  from  Aug. 
1918  to  March  1919,  promoted  Temp.  Major  Nov.  1914.  Substantive  Rank 
June  1916.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches  once.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  at 
Home. 
GEOFFREY  BARKER. 

Articled  to  F.  T.  Hunter,  of  Bradford.  Joined  Aug.  1914  2/6  Batt. 
West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Commissioned  Sept.  10,  1914,  promoted  A /Lieut. 
Jime  1915,  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  May  1917.  Served  at  Home  until 
Jan.  1917,  after  that  date  in  France.  Killed  in  action  1st  Battle  of  Cambrai, 
Nov.  22,  1917. 
GEOFFREY  BARKER. 

Articled  to  the  late  C.  M.  Barker,  of  15  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Enlisted 
Oct.  6,  1914,  as  Private,  1st  Sportsman's  Batt.  Royal  FusiHers.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Cambridgeshire  Regt.  June  25,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
Capt.  Oct.  1916.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

GEORGE  ERNEST  BARKER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913,  practising  at  Llanelly.     Served  as  Corporal,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps. 
HAROI-D  FREDERIC  BARKER. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Dixon  &  Barker,  of  Sunder- 
land.    Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  Durham  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.), 


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Capt.  160th  Royal  Field  Artillery  (Wearside  Brigade)  March  1915,  promoted 
Major  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France.  Kjlled  on 
March  29,  1918,  at  Farpoux  in  Forward  Observation  Post. 

HOLRO^T)  BIRKETT  BARKER. 

Admitted  May  1910.  Member  of  Hooper  &  Barker,  of  Birmingham. 
Joined  1915  as  2nd  Lieut.,  134th  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery, 
promoted  Lieut,  after  his  deati  .  Served  at  Home  and  at  Salonica.  Died  at 
Salonica  Aug.  15,  1917,  buried  in  Mikra  Cemetery. 

JAMES  BARKER. 

Articled  to  Wm.  F.  B.  Warman,  of  Stroud.  Joined  May  1916  as  Private, 
Gloucestershire  Hussars,  afterwards  transferred  to  6th  Batt.  Gloucestershire 
Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  to  Lance-Corporal.  Killed  in  action  near  Merville 
and  Calonne  April  14,  1918. 

JAMES  PERCIVAL  BARKER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913,  practised  at  Harrogate.  Served  as  Lieut.,  49th 
West  Riding  Divisional  Army  Service  Corps. 

JOHN  BARKER  (Jun.). 

Articled  to  John  Barker,  of  Great  Grimsby.  Enlisted  Sept.  17,  1914,  as 
Private,  10th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  Commissioned  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  10th 
South  Staffordshire  Regt.  May  12,  1915,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps 
as  Pilot  May  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
Oct.  31,  1917,  whilst  flying  over  Menin. 

ARTHUR  ERNEST  LESLIE  BARLOW. 

Admitted  July  1912.  Member  of  Arthur  Barlow  &  Son,  of  Nottingham. 
Joined  Dec.  10,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/1  Notts.  (Sherwood  Rangers)  Yeomanry, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Aug.  1918.  Served  in  Egypt,  Macedonia, 
and  Palestine. 

RICHARD  MAXWELL  BARLOW. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Barlow,  of  Bury.  Enlisted  May  25,  1916,  as  Private, 
5th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  May  29,  1917.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  Sept.  20,  1917,  at  Schiiler  Galleries, 
St.  Julien,  on  the  Passchaendale  Ridge. 

GEORGE  WILLIAM  BARNARD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Member  of  Barnard  &  Son,  of  Norwich.  Enlisted 
May  31,  1916,  as  Private,  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  1/2  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  June  26,  1918.  Served  in 
France. 

BENJAMIN  BARNES. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Member  of  Walmsley  &  Barnes,  of  Broadstairs, 
Joined  Oct.  10,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  2/4  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  Nov.  24,  1914,  promoted 
Lieut.  July  1916,  Capt.  Oct.  1917.  Ones  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium  Aug.  1915  to  Aug.  1917.  Gassed  July  23,  1917,  at 
Nieuport. 


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CHARLES  ERIC  BARNES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1899,  practising  at  Brackley.  Joined  Oct.  1914  as 
A.B.,  Hawke  Batt.  Royal  Naval  Division.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt. 
Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut.,  April  1918.  Served 
in  Gallipoli  1915,  Egypt  1916,  and  France  1917  and  1918.  Wounded  June 
1915  at  Gallipoli. 

GEORGE  HERBERT  LEONARD  BARNES. 

Admitted  July  1914.  With  Tyrrell  &  Barnes,  of  Weston-super-Mare 
and  Bristol.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1916,  and  served  as  Lance-Corporal,  6th  Batt. 
Machine  Gun  Corps  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded  Oct.  4,  1917,  at 
Poelcappelle  Ridge. 

GEORGE  MILLARD  BARNES. 

Articled  to  Wilham  Arnold,  of  5  Salters'  Llall  Court,  E.C.  Served  as 
Corporal  j\Iotor  Machine  Gun  Service,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

HAROLD  DOUGLAS  BARNES. 

Admitted  April  1901.  Member  of  Barnes  &  Butler,  17  John  Street, 
Bedford  Row,  London,  W.C.  1.  Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Capt.,  7th 
Batt.  London  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Nov.  1914,  joined  B.E.F.  March 
1915,  attached  Judge-Advocate-General's  Office  Nov.  1916,  Staff  (War 
Office)  Feb.  1917,  Deputy-Asst.-Adjutant-General  (War  Office— J.A.G.'s 
Office),  Jan.  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military 
Division).  Served  in  France  1915.  Very  severely  wounded  Battle  of  Festubert 
May  16,  1915. 

JAMES  BARNES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1896,  practising  at  Portsmouth.  Served  as  Capt.,  11th 
Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 

NICOLAS  EDMUND  BARNES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1891,  practising  at  Ulverston,  Lancashire.  Embodied 
Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  The  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Major  May  1915.  Served  in  Flanders  1915  and  1916  until  invalided 
home,  subsequently  in  England  and  in  Ireland. 

THOMAS  BARNES. 

Admitted  May  1902,  practising  at  Carlisle.  Joined  Sept.  13,  1914,  as 
Private,  No.  1  Supernumerary  Co.  3/4  Border  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  15,  1914,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915. 

THOMAS  JAMES  BARNES. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Member  of  Godfrey  Warr  &  Co.,  34  Old  Broad  Street, 
E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914  as  A.B.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  subsequently 
commissioned  Sub. -Lieut.  Discharged  (invalided)  June  1917.  Awarded  the 
O.B.E.     Served  at  Home  and  at  Sea. 

BERTRAM  LEEDS  THOMAS  BARNETT,  L.R.C.P.,  L.R.C.M. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Medical  Officer  of  Health  for  Isle  of  Ely.  Joined 
Nov.  1914  as  Capt.,  2nd  County  of  London  Army  Service  Corps.  Served  at 
Home.     Accidentally  killed  near  Aldershot  April  18,  1915. 


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HARRY  BARNICOT. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Watson  &  Chell,  of  Bury, 
Lanes.  Enlisted  Oct.  1906  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Veterinary  Corps.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Labour  Corps  Dec.  1917,  attached  1st  Garrison  Batt.  Royal  Warwick- 
shire Regt.  July  to  Sept.  1918,  then  employed  on  G.H.Q.,  E.E.F.,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1919.  Served  at  Home  till  June  1918,  then  in  Egypt  and  Palestine 
till  Dec.  1919. 

STANISLAUS  BARON. 

Admitted  April  1907.  Member  of  Taylor,  Sons,  Bridge  &  Baron,  of  Wigan. 
Served  in  the  Royal  Air  Force. 

ARTHUR  ^lATTHEWS  BARRACK. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  of  Epsom.  EnHsted  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  East 
Surrey  Regt.,  promoted  Sergeant.  Gazetted  Lieut.  General  List  (Recruiting) 
March  3,  1917.     Home  Service  only. 

WALTER  ARTHUR  BARRAND. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Of  Leicester.  Served  as  Private,  4th  Batt.  Leicester- 
shire Regt. 

ARTHUR  LESLIE  BARRETT. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Oerton,  of  Barnstaple.  Enlisted  Oct.  16,  1914,  as 
Private,  Royal  North  Devon  Hussars.  Cadet  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Feb.  1916, 
commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Devonshire  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Oct.  12,  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  April  1918,  Capt.  March  1919,  and  appointed  Courts-Martial 
Officer  to  the  British  Army  of  the  Rhine  same  date.  Served  at  Home  and  in 
France,  Belgium,  and  Germany. 

FREDERICK  GAMBLE  BARRETT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913,  practising  with  Ernest  Bevir  &  Son,  of  Devereux 
Chambers,  Temple,  W.C.  Joined  Jan.  31,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  21st  Batt. 
London  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.,  seconded  to  181st  Trench  Mortar 
Battery,  July  1916  and  to  Special  Employment  May  1918.  Served  in 
France  June  1916  to  Nov.  1916,  at  Salonica  Nov.  1916  to  August  1917,  and  in 
Palestine  August  1917  to  July  1919. 

HERBERT  LESLIE  CROSTHWAITE  BARRETT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  Barrett  &  Thomson,  of  Slough,  Bucks. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  Bucks  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry 
promoted  Temp.  Major  Mar.  1916,  Major  June  1916.  Awarded  the  T.D. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France.     Invalided  from  France  in  1916. 

REGINALD  HENRY  BARRETT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  W.  G.  Howell,  of  Cardiff. 
Joined  Oct.  27,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  pro- 
moted Temp.  Lieut.  Aug.  1916,  Lieut.  July  1917,  Temp.  Capt.  and  Courts- 
Martial  Officer  Feb.  1919;  25th  Provisional  Batt.  Nov.  1915  to  Dec.  1916,  27th 
Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  Jan.  1917  to  Nov.  1918,  17th  Labour  Company 
Nov.  1918  to  Jan.  1919,  Prosecutions  Office,  Cologne,  Feb.  to  March  1919, 
Headquarters,  Military  Governor  Occupied  German  Territory,  March  to  Sept. 
1919.     Served  at  Home,  Belgium,  and  Germany. 


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GEORGE  OLIVER  JAMES  BARRICK. 

Articled  to  H.  A.  Armitage,  of  NcuTiham  &  Newent.  Enlisted  May 
25,  1915,  as  Trooper,  Royal  Gloucestershire  Hussars.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
3/4  West  Riding  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  Aug.  12,  1916.  Served  in 
France.     Killed  in  action,  Nov.  6,  1917. 

The  Hon.  WALTER  BERNARD  LOUIS  BARRINGTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  Norton,  Rose,  Barrington  &  Co.,  of  57| 
Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  1917  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Ser\ace 
Corps,  subsequently  promoted  Temp.  Capt.     Employed  at  War  Office, 

GILBERT  LACY  BARRITT. 

Articled  to  H.  H.  Harvey,  of  Spalding,  Lines.  Joined  Aug.  28,  1914,  as 
Private,  4th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Lincoln- 
shire Regt.  (T.F.)  March  18,  1915,  seconded  Observer  Royal  Flying  Corps 
March  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1917,  Pilot  Nov.  1917.  Served  at  Home 
27  months  and  in  France  30  months.  W^ounded  and  prisoner  (shot  do's\Ti  in 
aerial  combat),  Sept.  1,  1918. 

ALFRED  JAMES  BARROW. 

Admitted  July  1912.  Member  of  Crawshay  &  Barrow,  of  Richmond, 
Surrey.  Joined  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Feb.  1915,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  promoted  to  Capt.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Wounded 
on  March  23,  1918,  in  France.  Prisoner  of  War  at  Cassel,  Germany,  where  he 
died  from  his  wounds  on  June  24,  1918. 

NOEL  COGHLAN  BARRS. 

Articled  to  W.   S.   Sharpe,   12  New  Court,   Carey  Street,   W.C.     Joined 
Sept.  1914  as  Private,  Public  Schools  Corps,  subsequently  received  commission 
as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  West    Kent  Regt.     Killed  Sept.  15,  1916,  in  the  advance 
on  Fleurs. 
EWART  CHARLES  BARTLETT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  With  Geoffrey  Colbourne,  of  Brighton.  MobiHsed 
Aug.  1914  as  Lieut.,  Home  Counties  Divisional  Engineers  (T.F.),  promoted 
A/Capt.  Sept.  1914,  A/Major  June  1915  to  April  1918,  raised  and  commanded 
2nd  Home  Counties  (subsequently  67th)  Divisional  Signal  Company  Royal 
Engineers  until  it  was  disbanded  April  1918,  proceeded  overseas  and  joined  40th 
Divisional  Signal  Coy.  R.E.  June  27,  1918,  became  Substantive  Capt.  Aug.  1918. 
Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  June  1918,  France  Jujie  1918  to  March  1919. 

HOWARD  JOHN  BARTLETT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900,  practising  at  Chichester.  Received  commission 
as  Lieut,  in  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Feb.  1915.  Gazetted  Capt.  Sept. 
1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Stationed  at  Leeds  from  Feb.  1915 
to  Nov.  1916,  then  sent  to  Salonica.  Died  in  Hospital  at  Taranto,  Italy,  from 
pneumonia  following  influenza  on  Dec.  1,  1918,  when  on  way  home  from 
Salonica  on  leave. 
BASIL  KELSEY  BARTON. 

Admitted  Nov,  1903,  practising  at  Hull.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Field  Artillery  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C. 


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CHARLES  THOMAS  BARTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903.  Member  of  Barton  &  Sons,  of  East  Dereham.  Joined 
Aug.  18,  1915.  as  2nd  Lieut.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  in  Egypt 
and  Palestine.     Very  severely  wounded  April  19th,  1917,  at  Gaza,  Palestine. 

GLYNN  HENRY  REGINALD  BARTON. 

Articled  to  H.  Stewart-Moore  of  6  Suffolk  Street,  S.W.  Served  as  Capt. 
Tank  Corps.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

TILNEY  WALLACE  BARTON. 

Admitted  May  1887,  practising  at  Bournemouth.  Commissioned  as  Staff 
Capt.  July  24,  1915,  Special  List,  promoted  Major  March  1919,  Lieut. -Col. 
May  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Officer  in  charge  Lands  Branch, 
Headquarter  Staff,  Southern  Command,  July  1916,  to  Dec.  1917,  Officer 
in  charge  Prisoner  War  Labour,  Dorchester,  Dec.  1917  to  Oct.  1918,  A.A.G. 
to  Military  Governor,  Jerusalem,  Dec.  1918  to  March  1919,  Claims  Bureau, 
Palestine,  March  1919  to  May  1919. 

WALTER  JOHN  BARTON. 

Admitted    April    1900.     Member    of   Barton    &  Son,   of  East  Dereham, 
Norfolk.     Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Capt.,  1/5  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  promoted 
Major  Nov.  1914.     Served  at  Galhpoh,  Egypt,  Sinai  Peninsula. 
CECIL  BARTRAM. 

Admitted  March  1903.  Managing  Clerk  with  Reynolds  &  Son,  of  High 
Wycombe.  Mobihsed  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  Aug.  1914, 
promoted   Major   1915.     Once   mentioned   in   Dispatches.     Served   at   Home 

1914  to  1917,  France  1917,  Italy  1917  to  1919. 

HARRY  PARRINGTON  BARUGH. 

Admitted  May  1907.  Member  of  Buchannan,  Richardson  &  Barugh,  of 
Guisborough.  Joined  Feb.  6,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1915,  Capt.  April  1916.  Twice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home  till  July  1915,  France  and  Belgium  July 

1915  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919. 

WILFRED  THOMAS  DE  BERDEWELLE  BARWELL. 

Admitted  March  1896.  Member  of  Cra\^^ord  &  Barwell,  of  Seaford, 
now  practising  on  own  account  at  Seaford.  Joined  Sept.  13,  1914,  as  Private, 
19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusihers,  promoted  Corporal  Sept.  1914,  Sergeant  Dec.  1914. 
Gazetted  Lieut.  R.T.O.  March  1915,  Capt.  R.T.O.  Oct.  1916,  Major  D.A.D.R.T. 
July  1918.  Served  in  England  till  March  1915,  in  France  March  1915  to  April 
1916,  at  Home  April  1916  to  Oct.  1917,  and  in  Italy  Oct.  1917  to  April 
1919. 

JOHN  CECIL  BASSETT. 

Admitted  May  1907.  Member  of  Bassett,  Stanton  &  Bassett,  of 
Southampton.  Served  as  Major  5th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.),  and  sub- 
sequently promoted  Lieut. -Col.     Served  in  India. 

SPENCER  MARTIN  EYCKHOLT  BATCHELOR. 

Admitted  July  1908.  Member  of  Browne  &  Batchelor,  of  Nice,  France. 
Joined  Aug.  13,  1914,  as  Gunner,  1st  Home  Counties  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.). 


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Gazetted   2nd    Lieut.  Sept.    28,  1914,    and   attained   the  rank  of   Lieut. -Col. 
March  1919.     Served  at  Home,  France,  and  Flanders.     Gassed  July  1917. 

ROGER  BATE. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Bate,  of  Chester.  Joined  July  1915  as  Voluntary  Driver 
British  Red  Cross  (Motor  Transport).  Ranked  as  Hon.  Lieut,  with  the  Italian 
Army.  Awarded  the  Fatiche  di  Guerra  (Italy).  Served  in  France  Sept.  1915 
to  Feb.  1916,  in  Italy  Feb.  1916  to  Sept.  1917.  Discharged  Oct.  1917  to  join 
Aeronautical  Inspection  Dept.  (Ministry  of  Mimitions). 

ALFRED  BATES. 

Articled  to  Alfred  Bates,  of  Morecambe,  Lanes.  Joined  April  7,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
Capt.  March  1917.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  at  Home  April  1915  to  Feb. 

1917,  France  March  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

ARNOLD  FIELDING  BATES. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Jackson,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  Trooper, 
2/1  Yorkshire  Dragoons.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  with  2/1  Yorkshire  Dragoons 
(T.F.)    Sept.   26,    1915,    Lieut,    with    Cavalry   Corps   Signal   Squadron   April 

1918.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  from  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1919. 

EDMUND  CHADWICK  BATES. 

Admitted  Aug.  1903.  Of  Marylebone  Station,  N.W.  Served  as  Capt., 
1st  Batt.  Hertfordshire  Regt. 

FRANCIS  OSBORNE  BATES. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Powell,  of  Derby.  Joined  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Nov. 
23,  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  (T.F.)  Batt.  The  Sherwood  Foresters 
Nov.  1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

NORMAN  MALCOLM  BATES. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  Wolverhampton.  Joined  Sept. 
21,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  Obtained  com- 
mission March  1915  in  5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  as  2nd  Lieut. 
Served  at  Home  and  France.  Wounded  Oct.  13,  1915,  at  attack  on  Hohen- 
zollern  Redoubt.  Relinquished  commission  July  30,  1916,  on  account  of 
wounds. 

CECIL  WILLIAM  BATESON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Member  of  Batesons,  Warr  &  Wimshurst,  of  Liver- 
pool. Joined  Aug.  6,  1914,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve, 
subsequently  promoted  Lieut.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

ROBERT  BATH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898.  Member  of  Austin  &  Bath,  Glastonbury.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  Somerset  Royal  Horse  Artillery,  promoted  Major  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  T.D.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  Egypt. 

JAMES  RICHARD  CORT  BATHURST. 

Admitted  Oct.  1916,  practising  at  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined 
April  30, 1917,  as  Acting  Paymaster,  Army  Pay  Department.     Served  at  Home. 


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RALPH  CECIL  BATLEY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1887.  Of  Silton  Lodge,  Zeals,  Wilts.  Served  at  home  as 
Major  Dorset  Yeomanry.     Died  Oct.  23,  1917. 

CHARLES  DORRINGTON  BATT. 

Articled  to  Henry  Reed,  of  Sheffield.  Served  as  Private,  2nd  (Public 
Schools)  Batt.  Ro3"al  Fusiliers. 

WILLIAM  ELLIOTT  BATT. 

Admitted  May  1905,  practised  at  58  Theobalds  Road,  W.C.  Served 
as  Major  commanding  2nd  City  of  London  Battery  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.), 
subsequently  promoted  Lieut. -Col.     Awarded  th^  C.M.G. 

GRENVILLE  ARTHUR  BATTCOCK. 

Admitted  Jan.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Halliley  &  Morrison,  of  Bedford. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  1/4  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt,  promoted 
Major  April  1916  (Permanent  Rank),  with  8th  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  July 
1917  to  Aug.  1917,  Second  in  command  1st  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt. 
Aug.  1917  to  July  1918.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in 
France  and  Italy. 

JOSEPH  KEITH  BATTEN. 

Articled  to  Joseph  Batten,  of  Peterborough.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  Bedfordshire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Capt.  1915.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  on  Sept.  27,  1918,  at  Moeuvres. 

MAXWELL  CORNISH  BATTEN. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Trower,  Still  &  Co.,  5  New 
Square,  Lincolns  Inn,  W.C,  now  with  George  M.  Doe,  Great  Torrington,  Devon. 
Enlisted  Oct.  20,  1915,  as  Sapper,  3/2  Mounted  Divisional  Signal  Squadron 
Royal  Engineers  (T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  May  19, 
1918.  Served  in  Egypt  Jan.  1916  to  Aug.  1917,  at  Home  Sept.  1917  to  Aug. 
1918,  at  Salonica  Aug.  1918  to  May  1919,  and  at  Constantinople,  Army  of 
Occupation,  May  1919  to  July  1919. 

ROBERT  HENRY  GUY  BATTEN. 

Articled  to  Joseph  Batten,  of  Peterborough.  Joined  Aug.  1914  as  Private, 
Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusihers.  Passed  through  Sandhurst.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Northamptonshire  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Gassed  at  Loos  in 
1915,  wounded  at  Villers  1916. 

PHILIP  HENRY  BATTISHILL, 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Of  Tiverton.  Joined  as  Private,  Public  Schools 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  West 
Yorkshire  Regt,  promoted  Lieut.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded 
the  M.C  and  Bar. 

BERTIE  CECIL  BATY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910,  practised  at  Houghton-le-Spring.  Joined  Oct.  1914, 
as  Private,  Durham  Light  Infantry.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Durham  Light 
Infantry  March  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1915.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.     Killed  in  action  Sept.  16,  1916. 


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JOHN  ARMSTRONG  BATY. 

Admitted  Sept.  1903.  Member  of  Baty  &  Fisher,  of  Hexham.  Joined  Feb. 
3,  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  A/Sergeant. 
Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Northumberland  FusiUers  Dec.  19,  1916,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  severely  April  6,  1917,  at 
Arras. 

REGINALD  PRIDHAM  BAULKWILL. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  Hopper,  of  Barnstaple,  N.  Devon.  Enlisted  Oct. 
1915,  as  Rifleman,  5th  (City  of  London)  Batt.  London  Regt.,  London  Rifle 
Brigade.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  on  the  Somme. 

JOHN  FRANCIS  BAWTREE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Bawtree  &  Sons,  of  Witham,  Kelvedon, 
and  Tiptree,  Essex.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  2/5  Batt.  Essex  Regt.,  sub- 
sequently promoted  Capt.     Served  at  Home. 

PERCY  ALWYNE  BAX. 

Articled  to  A.  M.  Cohn,  of  52  New  Broad  Street,  E.C.  EnUsted  Oct.  1, 
1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  to  Lance-Bombardier 
Nov.  16,  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

GEORGE  VERNON  BAXTER. 

Articled  to  W.  K.  Baxter,  of  Huddersfield.  Joined  Nov.  10, 1914,  as  Private, 
2/7  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt.,  later  Lance-Corporal.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
10th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  Feb.  13,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
and  A/Capt.  May  1918.  Served  at  Home  Nov.  1914  to  July  1915,  GalHpoU 
July  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Egypt — Palestine  (Sinai  Campaign)  Jan.  1916  to  Feb. 
1917,  France  Feb.  1917  to  May  1917,  Home  May  1917  to  April  1918,  France 
April  1918  to  Sept.  1918,  Home  Sept.  1918  to  Aug.  1919.  Wounded  May  8, 
1917,  accidentally  wounded  Sept.  17,  1918. 

ROWLAND  PERCIVAL  BAXTER. 

Articled  to  Chapman  &  Baxter,  of  Whitehaven.  Enlisted  Sept.  9,  1915, 
as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Border  Regiment  Oct.  27,  1915.  Served  on  the  Western 
Front.  Wounded  at  Wytschaete  July  27,  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  the 
neighbourhood  of  Martinpuich  Sept.  16,  1916. 

SYDNEY  JAMES  BAYLISS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909,  practising  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Lieut.,  8th  Batt. 
Gloucestershire  Regt. 

EDWARD  REGINALD  BAYNES. 

Articled  to  C.  G.  Kekewich,  of  2  Suffolk  Lane,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps.,  promoted  Lieut. 

NORMAN  THOMAS  BAYNES. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Godfrey  Baynes,  of  Dartford,  Kent.  Joined  Aug.  5, 
1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  transferred  to  5th  (City  of  London) 
Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade)  Jan.  1916,  and  to  the  Machine  Gun 
Corps  (Infantry)  Aug.  1916,  promoted  Sergeant  Jan.  1917,  transferred  to  Royal 


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Flying  Corps  Nov.  1917,  and  subsequently  Royal  Air  Force.  Served  in  France 
and  at  Home.  Wounded  at  Festubert  June  6,  1917,  whilst  serving  with  the 
202nd  Machine  Gun  Coy.,  197th  Brigade,  66th  Division. 

WILLIAM  NELSON  BAZELEY. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Member,  of  Bazeley  Barnes,  &  Bazeleys,  of  Bideford, 
Devon.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  6th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  (T.).,  pro- 
moted Major  May  1915,  Lieut. -Col.  Jan.  1918.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  Mesopotamia  and  India  1919  as  Commandant,  Murree  Hills. 
Wounded  on  March  8,  1916,  at,  or  near,  Dujailah  in  Mesopotamia,  with 
Expeditionary  Force  for  relief  of  Kut. 

FRANK  DOVETON  BAZETT. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Member  of  Pitman  &  Bazett,  of  Newbury  and 
Reading,  Berks.  Joined  Nov.  1915  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  (S.R.)  Batt.  Royal 
Berkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  Nov.  1917  to  May  1918, 
Temp.  Capt.  Dec.  1918  to  April  1919,  1st  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  Jan.  1917 
to  May  1918,  InteUigence  Officer  99th  Infantry  Brigade  May  to  Nov.  1918, 
attached  3rd  Army  Headquarters  as  Courts-Martial  Officer  Nov.  1918  to  April 
1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  England 
Nov.  1915  to  Jan.  1917,  and  in  France  Jan.  1917  to  April  1919.  Accidentally 
injured  by  bomb  when  instructing  in  England  May  1916. 

CYRIL  SHAKESPEAR  BEACHCROFT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1908.  Member  of  Beachcroft,  Thompson  &  Co.  of  9  Theo- 
balds Road,  W.C.  Joined  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  in  Aug.  1914  and  obtained 
commission  in  The  Queen's  Own  Dorset  Yeomanry,  attaining  the  rank  of  Capt. 
and  Adjutant.  In  order  to  get  to  the  front,  transferred  to  the  Household 
Batt.  of  the  Guards  with  the  rank  of  Lieut.  Went  to  France  Aug.  29,  1917. 
Killed  in  action  Oct.  12,  1917. 

ALAN  REAL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  McColm  &  Brooke,  of  Lewisham, 
S.E.  Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Gunner,  "  B  "  Battery  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Oct.  21,  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915,  Capt.  Sept.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  and  French  Croix  de  Guerre  avec  Palme.  Served  in  England  to  April 
1915  and  May  to  June  1915,  France  April  1915  and  July  1915  to  May  1919. 

LEONARD  FRANK  REAL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  F.  Beal  &  Son,  of  St.  Albans.  Enlisted 
Aug.  1914  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Bedfordshire  Regt.  March  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug. 
1915,  Capt.  Oct.  1915,  Major  Oct.  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  June  1915. 

RICHARD  EDWARD  BRUCE  BEAL. 

Admitted  July  1901.  Member  of  E.  W.  &  Bruce  Beal,  41  Finsbury 
Pavement,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  13,  1915,  as  Lieut,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps, 
promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1917,  Temp.  Major  D.A.Q.M.G.  March  1919.  Twice  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  O.B.E.,   M.C,   White  Eagle  (Serbian)^ 


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St.  Stanislas  (Russian).     Served  in  Egypt,  Salonica,  Serbia,  Sofia,  Bulgaria, 
Constantinople,  South  Russia. 

EDMUND  LANSDOWNE  BEALE. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Beale,  of  16  Great  George  Street,  S.W.  Joined  1914  as 
Private,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish).  Subsequently 
commissioned  and  posted  to  the  Cambridgeshire  Regt.,  attaining  the  rank 
of  Capt.     Killed  in  action  March  2,  1918. 

CHARLES  HENRY  BEARBLOCK. 

Articled  to  E.  G.  Thorne,  of  22  Aldermanbury,  London,  E.C.  Joined 
University  of  London  O.T.C.  in  Aug.  1914.  Received  commission  as  Temp.  2nd 
Lieut.  Sept.  1,  1914,  and  gazetted  to  9th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 
April  1915,  and  served  from  that  date  as  Machine  Gun  Officer  of  the  Batt. 
Served  in  France.     Wounded  Oct.  20,  1915,  and  died  the  same  day. 

BALFOUR  WEST  BEARD. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  W.  Beard,  of  3,  4,  and  5  Queen  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Lance- Corporal  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

EDWIN  CYRIL  BEARD. 

Articled  to  H.  C.  Wanklyn,  of  Colchester.  Enlisted  Sept.  16,  1914,  as 
Motor  Dispatch  Rider,  Essex  Regt,  afterwards  joined  the  University  and 
Public  Schools  Corps.  On  March  5,  1915,  granted  commission  as  2nd  Lieut. 
5th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.,  and  afterwards,  while  abroad,  promoted  Lieut.  On 
Sept.  25,  1915,  sailed  for  the  Dardanelles,  afterwards  served  in  Egypt.  On 
March  29,  1917,  reported  wounded  and  missing  after  the  1st  Battle  of  Gaza, 
subsequently  presumed  killed. 

HAROLD  INGHAM  BEARDER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practising  at  Halifax.  Joined  April  16,  1917,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery 
(S.R.)  March  3,  1918,  and  posted  to  375th  Siege  Battery,  France,  June  20, 
1918. 

AMOS  BEARDSLEY. 

Articled  to  L.  N.  Holden,  of  Lancaster.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  The  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.  (T.F.).  Resigned  July 
1916,  rank  Lieut.  Joined  Royal  Field  Artillery  Aug.  1916  as  Gunner,  trans- 
ferred to  Machine  Gun  Corps  (H.B.)  (Tanks)  Feb.  1917,  subsequently  pro- 
moted to  Corporal.  Awarded  the  M.M.  Served  in  France  May  1915  to  June 
1916  and  July  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

ARTHUR  LIONEL  BEARDSLEY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Woolley,  Beardsley  &  Bosworth,  of 
Loughborough.     Served  as  Sergeant  11th  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt. 

GERALD  BEAUMONT. 

Admitted  Sept.  1903.  Member  of  Harrison  Beaumont  &  Smith  of  Wake- 
field. Enlisted  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  Essex  Yeomanry.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  Oct.  26,  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 


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Jan.  1915,  Capt.  June  1915,  Major  April  1917.     Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar. 
Served  in  France. 

JOHN  BEECROFT  BEAIBIONT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1910.  Member  of  Beaumont  &  Son,  of  Leeds.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northern  Signal  Companies,  Royal  Engineers,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  June  1916.     Served  in  Egypt,  Palestine  and  Syria. 

KENNETH  MACDONALD  BEAUMONT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Beaumont  &  Son,  of  66  Gresham  House, 
Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Major  Dec.  1915,  D.A.D.S.  July  1917  to 
May  1919.  Mentioned  three  times  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O. 
Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  March  1915,  and  at  Gallipoli,  Mudros,  Egypt, 
Palestine  and  Syria  March  1915  to  May  1919. 

THOMAS  NICHOLLS  BEAVAN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1899.  Member  of  Weld  &  Beavan,  of  9  Bedford  Row, 
W.C.  Enlisted  Jmie  1916  as  Private,  Bedfordshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Leinstcr  Regt.  Aug.  1917.  Served  in  France  Oct.  to  Dec.  1917,  when 
invalided  home,  and  in  France  and  Belgium  July  1918  to  Dec.  1918. 

JOHN  PICKARD  BECHER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Toynbee  &  Co.,  of  Lincoln,  and  Larken  & 
Co.,  of  Newark.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Major,  8th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby 
Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  (T.).  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  D.S.O.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  in  the  attack  on  the  Hohenzollern 
Redoubt,  died  from  the  wound  in  Hospital  Jan.  1,  1916. 

JAMES  FRANCIS  ADAMS  BECK. 

Admitted  Sept.  1907.  Member  of  Parson,  Lee  &  Co.,  of  24  Lime  Street, 
London,  E.C.  Enlisted  March  29,  1917,  as  a  Gunner  in  the  Essex  and  Suffolk 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
March  28,  1918.  Served  at  Home  March  1917  to  April  1918,  and  in  France 
April  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

REGINALD  ARTHUR  BECK. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  Crane,  of  44  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914 
as  Driver,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Horse  Artillery  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  and  Adjutant.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Severely  wounded  in  France,  March  24,  1918. 

WILLIAM  CRABBE  BECK. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913.  Member  of  Neve,  Beck  &  Kirby,  21  Lime  Street,  E.C. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4, 1914,  as  Capt.  in  4th  London  Howitzer  Brigade,  subsequently 
Capt.  in  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  full  Major  Nov.  1917.  Twice 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home,  in  France,  Salonica,  Egypt,  and 
Palestine.     Killed  in  Palestine  March  28,  1918. 

CECIL  BEDFORD. 

Admitted  Aug.  1910,  practising  at  Ilford,  Essex.  Enlisted  Sept.  1916 
as  Telegraphist,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1916 
to  Jan.  1919. 


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SEATON  HALL  BEDFORD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Of  Sheffield.  Joined  Aug.  6,  1914,  as  Private,  1st 
Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire 
Regt.  May  7,  1916.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action,  July  1,  1916. 

LEONARD  JAMES  BEDWELL. 

Articled  to  H.  B.  Ashton,  of  Bury  St.  Edmunds.  EnHsted  Sept.  19,  1914, 
as  Private,  19th  (S.)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt. 
East  Surrey  Regt.  May  18,  1915,  seconded  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps 
July  1916,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps  Dec.  1916,  Substantive 
Lieut.  East  Surrey  Regt.  July  17,  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  Macedonia  Nov.  1916  to  Dec.  1918,  and  at  Home  Dec.  1918  to 
July  1919. 

FRANCIS  BERNARD  WYNTER  BEE. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Martineau  &  Reid,  2  Raymond 
Buildings,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Mobilised  July  29,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Dorset  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  June  1915,  Capt.  June  1916, 
A/lVIajor  May  1917,  Adjutant  Dorset  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.)  during 
whole  of  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  Oct.  1916 
to  July  1917,  and  April  1918  to  March  1919. 

WILLIAM  SORBY  IMARDON  BEEBY. 

Admitted  May  1913,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Enlisted  Aug.  1914  as 
Private,  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1914,  promoted 
Lieut.  1915,  Capt.  1916.     Killed  in  action  at  Bullecourt,  May  4,  1917. 

FRANCIS  WILLIAM  BEECH. 

Admitted  Aug.  1911,  practised  at  Pontypridd.  Served  as  A/Paymaster 
(Worcestershire  Regt.),  Army  Pay  Department. 

JOHN  LESLIE  BEECH. 

Articled  to  C.  H.  Beech,  of  Manchester.  Enlisted  Sept.  4, 1914,  as  Private, 
20th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  transferred  to  the  Labour  Corps  in  1917,  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  and  retransferred  to  the  Royal  Fusiliers  Feb.  1918.  Served 
at  Home  and  France.     Wounded  July  16,  1916. 

PHILIP  BEILBY  BEECROFT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Assistant  Solicitor  Walsall  Corporation.  Joined 
April  29,  1916  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  and  subsequently 
promoted  A/Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
(M.T.)  Sept.  10, 1917,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1919.  Served  in  Flanders,  France, 
and  with  the  Rhine  Army  Nov.  1918  to  July  1919. 

STANLEY  BEECROFT. 

Articled  to  W.  G.  Beecroft,  of  Leigh-on-Sea,  Essex.  Enlisted  Sept.  9, 
1914,  as  Private  (Dispatch  Rider),  17th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  transferred  as 
2nd  Class  Air  Mechanic  Royal  Flying  Corps  (Motor  CycUst)  May  1915, 
promoted  to  1st  Class  Air  Mechanic  Aug.  1916,  and  to  Corporal  Jan.  1918. 
Awarded  the  Italian  Medal.  Served  at  Home,  Belgium,  France  and  Italy  from 
1915  to  1919. 


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WILLIAM  ROBERT  BEER. 

Articled  to  William  Beer,  of  Kingsbridge.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt. 
Devonshire  Regt.     Served  in  India. 

ROBERT  HENRY  STEWART  EDLESTOXE  BEHREND. 

Admitted  Oct.  1897.  Member  of  R.  H.  Bchrend  &  Co.,  of  17  Surrey  Street, 
W.C.  Joined  1915  as  Capt.,  23rd  Batt.  London  Regt.,  temporarily  attached 
War  Office  Staff  1917,  Staff  Capt.  1918,  Brevet-Major  1919.  Twice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

ERIC  BELDON. 

Articled  to  Albert  Beldon,  of  Bradford.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  West  York- 
shire Regt. 

HOWARD  BELDON. 

Admitted  March  1915,  practised  at  Bradford.  Served  with  the  6th  Batt. 
West  Yorkshire  Regt. 

ERIC  HERBERT  BELK. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Yeates,  of  23  Surrey  Street,  W.C.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914, 
as  Private,  4th  Batt.  Queen's  Own  Cameron  Highlanders,  recommended  for 
commission.     Served  in  France.     Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Loos  Sept.  28,  1915. 

ALAN  THORPE  BELL. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Bell,  of  Stockport.  Served  as  Private  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

BERNARD  ARTHUR  BELL. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Stuart,  of  Hull.  Joined  Sept.  2,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914,  Temp. 
Capt.  Dec.  1915,  Permanent  Capt.  July  1916.  Served  in  France  1915.  Severely 
wounded  in  June  1915.     Incapacitated  for  further  Active  Service. 

CECIL  CHARLES  BELL. 

Admitted  May  1913.  Member  of  C.  C.  Bell  &  Son,  of  Bedford.  Enhsted 
Jan.  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  Sept.  1917.     Killed  Nov.  28,  1917. 

ERIC  WALTER  BELL. 

Admitted  March  1901,  practising  at  22  Red  Lion  Square.  Joined  Dec.  23, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  FusiHers.  Promoted  1st  Lieut. 
March  1915,  Capt.  July  1915,  appointed  Railway  Traffic  Officer  Aug.  1916. 
Served  in  France  1915  to  1919.     Gassed  April  30,  1916,  at  Kimmel  Hill. 

GEORGE  FRANCIS  BELL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1902.  Member  of  Davies,  Balkwill  &  Bell,  of  Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne.  Joined  Aug.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Northumberland 
Fusihers,  subsequently  promoted  Capt.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France  3  years.     Wounded  Dec.  1915  and  Jan.  1916. 

HERBERT  ALFRED  BELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1893,  practising  at  Gainsborough.  MobiHsed  Aug.  1914, 
as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt,  promoted  Major  Jan.  1917.  Served 
in  Ireland  Easter  1916,  and  in  France  March  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 


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JOHN  HERBERT  BELL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1899.  Member  of  Theodore  Bell  &  Co.,  of  3  Salters'  Hall 
Court,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Private,  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  East  Surrey 
Regt.,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Territorial  Force  Reserve,  and 
attained  the  rank  of  Capt,  appointed  Adjutant  and  Quartermaster 
Donnington  Hall  Prisoners  of  War  Camp. 

JOHN  SACKVILLE  BELL. 

Admitted  Aug,  1900,  practising  at  Kingston-on-Thames.  Joined  May  9, 
1916,  as  Assistant  Paymaster,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  at 
Home. 

LIONEL  STUART  BELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Of  Plumstead.  Served  as  Private,  Royal  Army 
Veterinary  Corps. 

ROBERT  WILLIAM  BELL. 

Articled  to  David  Main,  of  Carlisle.  Joined  March  25,  1915,  as  Quarter- 
master, British  Red  Cross  Society.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
at  Home. 

SYDNEY  JAMES  BELL. 

Articled  to  Ernest  Hadfield,  of  Southport.  Joined  March  1915  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  July  19, 
1915.  Served  in  France.  Vv^ounded  at  Guedecourt  Sept.  25,  1916,  and  died 
in  Manchester  Hospital  Oct.  13,  1916. 

TOM  GEORGE  BELL. 

Admitted  July  1899,  practising  at  South  Shields.  Joined  March  29, 
1915,  as  Capt.,  4th  Northumbrian  (How.)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.). 
Served  at  Home  March  1915  to  Nov.  1918,  and  in  France  Nov.  1918  to  June  1919. 

WILSON  BELL. 

Admitted  July  1904.  Assistant  Solicitor  to  the  West  Riding  of  Yorks 
County  Council.  Joined  Nov.  23,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  King's  Own  Yorkshire 
Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1915,  Capt.  May  1915.  Served  in 
France.  Killed  in  action  March  15,  1917,  at  Puisieux-au-Mont,  near  Bapaume, 
France. 

CUTHBERT  BELLORD. 

Articled  to  E.  J.  Bellord,  of  8  Waterloo  Place,  S.W.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut. 
King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry. 

EDWARD  MILLIGEN  BELOE. 

Admitted  March  1895,  practising  at  Lynn,  Norfolk.  Served  as  Capt. 
Royal  Defence  Corps. 

EDWARD  JOSEPH  BELTON. 

Admitted  April  1892,  practised  at  35  Bloomsbury  Square,  W.C.  Served 
as  Private  Public  Schools  Corps. 

LESLIE  ALAN  BENDLE. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Halton,  of  Carhsle.  Joined  Oct.  5,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  Border  Regt.     Promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  July  1917,  attached 


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to  4th  Batt.  Dorset  Regt.  (T.F.)  from   Aug.    1916.      Served    in   India   and 
Burma  Oct.  1914  to  Aug.  1916,  Mesopotamia  Aug.  1916  to  Feb  1919. 

GERALD  CARR  BENHAM. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Sparling,  Son  &  Benham,  of  Colchester. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  8th  (Cyclist)  Batt.  Essex  Rcgt,  promoted 
Capt.  Aug.  26,  1914,  A/Major  Sept.  1916,  Substantive  Major  Nov.  1919, 
Adjutant  8th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  Sept.  1914  to  Sept.  1916.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded 
Sept.  17,  1918,  near  St.  Quentin. 

THOIMAS  JOSEPH  BENJAMIN. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Joined  Aug.  28,  1914, 
as  Private,  5th  Batt.  The  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lance-Corporal 
Feb.  1915,  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  June  9,  1915  (while  in  France),  and  posted  to 
same  Batt,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1916,  Temp.  Capt.  May  1918.  Served  in 
France  continuously  Feb.  1915  to  Aug.  1916,  subsequently  (incapacitated)  on 
administrative  duties  at  Home.  Wounded  Guillemont  (Somme)  Aug.  9, 
1916. 

ARTHUR  CAMPION  BENNETT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907,  practising  at  West  Hartlepool.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914  as  Capt.,  Durham  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Major 
June  1916,  seconded  for  service  with  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (Regular 
Forces)  Dec.  1915.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

DONALD  BENNETT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913,  practising  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Private,  South 
Midland  Field  Ambulance,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps. 

EDWARD  BENNETT. 

Articled  to  C.  R.  E.  Pattenden,  of  12  Bernard  Street,  Russell  Square,  W.C. 
Joined  Jan.  22,  1917,  as  Ordinary  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 
Appointed  Decoder  H.M.S.  Artois,  10th  Cruiser  Squadron,  July  6,  1917. 
Served  on  Iceland  Patrol  and  with  North  Atlantic  Convoys. 

ERNEST  WILLIAM  BENNETT. 

Admitted  March  1892,  practising  at  Worthing.  Rejoined  4th  Batt. 
Royal  Sussex  Regt.  with  rank  of  Capt.,  on  Sept.  23,  1914,  transferred  to 
Territorial  Force  Reserve  on  Oct.  4,  1915.     Served  at  Home, 

GORDON  BENNETT. 

Articled  to  A.  H.  Dolman,  of  Abertillery.  Served  as  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt. 
Monmouthshire  Regt. 

GUY  W^HITTEM  BENNETT. 

Articled  to  Stilgoes  of  24  Essex  Street,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th 
Batt.  Shropshire  Light  Infantry. 

HENRY  MALCOLM  BENNETT. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Bennett,  of  Deddington.  Served  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  20th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.     Promoted  Lieut. 


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IVAN  PROVIS  WENTWORTH  BENNETT. 

Articled  to  H.  A.  Merriman,  of  Guildford.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.,  promoted  Capt. 
Nov.  1915.  Served  in  France.  Killed  at  Trones  Wood,  Somme,  July  13, 
1916. 

JULIEN  FREDERICK  CHARLES  BENNETT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1893,  practising  as  Harston  &  Bennett,  of  35  Lincoln's 
Inn  Fields,  London.  Mobilised  Aug,  4,  1914,  whilst  serving  in  London 
Rifle  Brigade  as  a  Sergeant.  Received  commission  in  this  Regt.  Oct.  14, 1914, 
and  posted  to  2nd  Batt.,  promoted  1st  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  and  Capt.  Jan.  1915, 
appointed  Adjutant  of  3rd  Batt.  same  day  and  served  as  such  until  Aug. 
1918,  granted  permanent  rank  of  Capt.  July  11,  1917,  transferred  to 
Royal  Air  Force  with  temporary  commission  in  that  Force  as  Lieut.  Adminis- 
trative on  Sept.  1918,  promoted  Capt.  Administrative  Nov.  1918,  acted  as 
Adjutant  at  No.  1  Stores  Depot,  Kidbrooke,  from  Sept.  1918  until  April  1919. 
Served  at  Home. 

RONALD  CLAUDE  BENWETT. 

Articled  to  C.  H.  Bennett,  of  68  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  4.  Joined  Aug. 
1915  as  Voluntary  Ambulance  Driver,  British  Red  Cross  Society.  Served 
in  France  Sept.  1915  to  March  1916  and  at  Home  Jan.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

THOMAS  GERALD  BENNETT. 

Articled  to  C.  H.  Waugh,  of  Haywards  Heath.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th 
(Cyclist)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  and  the  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Attained  the 
Rank  of  Capt. 

WILLIAM  PORTER  BENNETT. 

Articled  to  Le  Brasseur  &  Oakley,  of  40  Carey  Street,  W.C.  Served  as 
Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Border  Regt. 

WILLIAM  RICHARD  BENNETT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899,  practising  at  10  King's  Bench  Walk,  Temple,  E.C. 
Enlisted  in  the  ranks  Sept.  16,  1914,  commissioned  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  Sept.  25,  1914,  promoted  1st  Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Capt. 
March  1915.     Served  at  Home. 

BARZILLAI  BECKERLEG  BENNETTS. 

Admitted  May  1905,  practising  at  Penzance,  Cornwall.  Enlisted  Sept. 
4,  1914,  as  Trooper,  Royal  1st  Devon  Yeomanry,  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
13th  Batt.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  Dec.  1914,  attached  12th  Batt. 
Sept.  1915  (to  proceed  to  France  with  them),  promoted  Lieut,  and  Adjutant 
1916,  Capt.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  1915, 
Salonica  1915  to  Nov.  1918,  Ireland  Dec.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

ARTHUR  CRICHTON  STUART  BENNING. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906,  practising  at  Birmingham  and  Dunstable. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  Bedfordshire  Yeomanry,  promoted  Major  May 
1915.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  June  1915  to  April 
1919  with  9th  Cavalry  Brigade,  1st  Cavalry  Division. 


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BERNARD  JOHN  BENSON. 

Articled  to  Reginald  Benson,  of  Sheffield.  Enlisted  Sept.  10,  1914,  as 
Private,  12th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  transferred  as  Sapper  52nd 
(A.W.)  Coy.  Royal  Engineers.     Served  in  France 

HENRY  LAURENCE  BENSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Cuthbert  Bainbridge,  of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  6th  Northumber- 
land Fusihers  and  promoted  to  Sergeant,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in 
same  Regt.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 
Killed  in  action  April  11,  1916,  at  Kemmel. 

ALFRED  HARDY  BENTLEY. 

Admitted  May  1903.  Member  of  Druces  &  Attlee,  of  10  BilHter  Square, 
E.C.  Served  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  subsequently  gazetted  Lieut. 
Royal  Army  Ordnance  Dept. 

WILLIAM  BENTLEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907.  Member  of  Carter,  Bentleys  &  Gundill,  of  Pontefract. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  and 
subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  BENTLEY. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Tyrer,  Town  Clerk  of  Wigan.  Enlisted  Feb.  14,  1917, 
as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  transferred  to  8th  Training 
Reserve  Batt.  March  1917,  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps,  Jan. 
18,  1918.  Served  at  Home  Feb.  1917  to  April  1918,  France  April  1918  to 
Sept.  1918,  Home  Oct.  1918  to  March  1919. 

BENYON  RUDGARD  BENYON-WINSOR. 

Admitted  March  1913.  Of  Swansea.  Served  as  Lieut.,  1st  Welsh  (Howitzer) 
Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Major. 

ALEXANDER  BERESFORD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Member  of  Albery,  Lucas  &  Beresford,  of  Petersfield 
and  Midhurst.  Served  as  Lieut.,  35th  Divisional  Train,  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps. 

OTTO  LEOPOLD  BERGENDORFF. 

Articled  to  S.  G.  Hooper,  of  Dudley.  Enlisted  Nov.  21,  1914,  as  Gunner, 
6th  South  Staffs  Battery  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Awarded  the  M.M.  Served 
in  France.     Gassed  Nov.  1917. 

FRANCIS  RATTRAY  BERGH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1897.  Member  of  Oldfields,  of  13  Walbrook,  E.C.  4. 
Enhsted  Aug.  13,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Labour  Corps  Aug.  19,  1917,  promoted  A/Capt.  March  1918,  appointed 
"  Labour  Superintendent "  with  rank  of  A/Capt.  Nov.  1918.  Served  in 
France. 

CHARLES  WALTER  BERKELEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1891.  Practising  at  25  Bedford  Row,  London,  W.C. 
Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as  Major  and  Hon.  Lieut.-Col.,  7th  Batt.  London  Regt., 


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Lieut. -Col.  Commanding  2/7  Batt.  London  Regt.  Nov.  1914  to  June  1917 
in  England  and  France,  Area  Group  Commandant  June  1917  to  April  1919. 
Promoted  Colonel  Nov.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in 
France. 

GEORGE  NORMAN  BERNEY. 

Articled  to  J.  T.  Goddard,  of  10  Serjeant's  Inn,  Temple,  E.C.  Enlisted 
Aug.  1914  and  shortly  afterwards  received  a  commission  in  the  Herefordshire 
Regt.,  attaining  the  rank  of  Capt.     Killed  in  action  in  Palestine  on  Nov.  6,  1917. 

NOEL  BERRIDGE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  With  Bum  &  Berridge,  11  &  12  Southampton  Street, 
Bloomsbury,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  9,  1914,  as  Private,  1st  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery 
Company.     Invalided  out  Aug.  9,  1916.     Served  in  Flanders  1915. 

CHARLES  BERRY. 

Admitted  Sept.  1899,  practising  at  Tunbridge  Wells,  Kent.  Joined 
June  26,  1917,  as  Cadet,  Garrison  Officers  Cadet  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
4th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Aug.  18,  1917,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  and 
Courts -Martial  Officer,  4th  T.R.  Brigade,  Sept.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  ANTHONY  BERRY. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  G.  R.  Hubbard,  of  40  Chancery 
Lane,  W.C.  Joined  15th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Civil  Service  Rifles) 
on  Aug.  5,  1914.  After  serving  during  the  winter  in  trenches,  sent  to  Officers' 
Training  Camp  at  Boulogne,  and  given  a  Commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt. 
Gordon  Highlanders.     Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Loos  Sept.  18,  1915. 

THOMAS  ALGERNON  SCHOLES  BERRY. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Practising  at  Swinton,  nr.  Manchester.  Enlisted 
Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  Corporal  Feb.  1915,  Sergeant 
April  1915,  Battery  Quartermaster-Sergeant  May  1915,  Battery  Sergeant-Major 
Jan.  1916,  transferred  to  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Aug.  1917,  appointed  Ser- 
geant (Artillery  Clerk),  subsequently  Staff  Sergeant  on  the  Staff  of  Royal  Artil- 
lery Headquarters,  Italy  (Superintending  Clerk  to  Staff  Capt.  R.A.G.H.Q., 
Italy).  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.S.M.  Served  in 
Ireland  Sept.  1914  to  March  1915,  England  March  1915  to  July  1915,  Belgium 
and  France  July  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

HAROLD  RICHARD  BETTINSON. 

Articled  to  George  Alfred  Bettinson,  of  Birmingham.  Enhsted  May  1, 
1917,  as  Private,  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Machine  Gun  Corps  Oct.  27,  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France. 
Gassed  Oct.  9,  1918,  at  Armentieres. 

THEOPHILUS  HAMILTON  BEVAN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1918.  Practising  at  1  Bush  Lane.  EnHsted  April  1916 
as  Private,  East  Surrey  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery 
(S.R.)  Jan.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

REGINALD  EDGAR  MORRIS  BEW. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  M.  Bew,  of  Chichester.  Served  as  Private,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.). 


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EDWARD  NEVILLE  BEWLEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Practised  at  40  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined  the 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  in  June  1915,  and  was  afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut» 
Sherwood  Foresters,  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.     Killed  in  action  June  26,  1917. 

ERNEST  RUDOLPH  NEVILLE  BEWLEY. 

Articled  to  H.  N.  Bewley,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  XI.  Army 
Corps  Cyclist  Batt. 

HARRY  MAX  BEYFUS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  IManaging  Clerk  with  Bey f us  &  Beyfus,  of  32 
Sackville  Street,  W.  Joined  Nov.  14,  1916,  as  Ordinary  Seaman.  Served  in 
Eastern  Mediterranean,  H.M.S.  St.  George,  from  Jan.  1917.  to  Nov.  1917.  Then 
attached  as  Interpreter  and  Telephonist  with  French  Navy  till  Jan.  1919. 

FREDERICK  ARNOLD  RIDDLE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Biddle,  Thome,  Welsford  &  Gait,  of 
22  Aldermanbury,  E.C.  Enlisted  Corps  of  School  of  Musketry,  Sept.  16,  1914. 
Received  commission  as  Lieut.  Territorial  Force  Reserve  July  11,  1915,  pro- 
moted Capt.  Nov.  1915.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

CECIL  FRANCIS  GILMOUR  BILBROUGH. 

Articled  to  A.  S.  Cardew,  of  Lennox  House,  Norfolk  Street,  W.C.  Served 
as  Private,  12th  Batt.  Lond.  Regt.,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Middlesex 
Regt.  and  promoted  Lieut. 

SAMUEL  WALTER  BILLINGS. 

Admitted  April  1902.  Practised  at  Cheltenham.  Served  as  a  Private 
in  Universities  and  Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Died  Jan.  3,  1916, 
of  wounds  received  in  action  the  previous  day. 

CLAUDE  HERBERT  EVELYN  BILTON. 

Articled  to  Ernest  Bird,  of  9  Young  Street,  Kensington,  W.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut,  and  Dispatch  Rider,  Cyclist  Batt.  Black  Watch. 

HAROLD  BERTRAM  BINGHAJNI. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Mead  &  Sons,  of  116  Jermjni 
Street,  S.W.  1.  Enlisted  Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  18th  (P.S.)  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  July  1916,  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Field  Artillery,  April  1917  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1919.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  France. 

LEONARD  BINGHAM. 

Admitted  June  1915.  Practising  at  65  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Enlisted 
Feb.  28,  1916,  as  Signaller,  Royal  Horse  and  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Served  in 
France  1917  to  1918. 

BENJAMIN  BERNARD  BINKS. 

Articled  to  William  Harrison,  of  Leeds.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  West  Riding 
Army  Service  Corps  (T.)  and  afterwards  promoted  Lieut. 

HENRY  FREDERICK  DUDLEY  BINGLEY. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Shepheards  &  Walters,  of 
4  Broad  Street  Place,  Finsbury  Circus,  E.C.     Joined  Dec.  1916  as  Cadet,  Royal 


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Garrison  Artillery  School,  Handel  Street,  London.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 

Garrison  Artillery  Jan.   13,    1917,    promoted    Lieut.   July   1918.     Served    at 

Home. 

CLEMENT  STANLEY  BINNS. 

Admitted  March  1908.  Member  of  Newsom  &  Binns,  of  Sheffield.  Joined 
May  1915  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northumberland  Fusiliers  (1st  Tyneside  Scottish). 
Served  in  France.     Missing,  believed  killed,  July  1,  1916. 

ARTHUR  LYLE  BIRCH. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  Birch,  Cullimore  &  Co.,  of  Chester. 
Joined  Nov.  27,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut. 

FRANK  BIRCH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Kirby,  Millett  &  Ayscough, 
of  2  and  3  The  Sanctuary,  Westminster,  S.W.  Enlisted  June  9,  1916,  as 
Private,  8th  Reserve  Cavalry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  West  Yorkshire 
Regt.  April  26,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  Served  at  Home  June  1916 
to  June  1917,  and  Dec.  1917  to  March  1918,  and  in  France  and  Flanders  June 
to  Dec.  1917,  and  in  March  1918.     Wounded  on  Somme  March  25,  1918. 

GEORGE  BIRCH. 

Admitted  May  1896,  practising  at  Lichfield.  Joined  Oct.  1914  as 
Acting  Paymaster,  Army  Pay  Department.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home. 

ERNEST  ROY  BIRD. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Member  of  Wedlake,  Letts  &  Birds,  and  Tahourdin 
&  Birds,  of  11  Serjeant's  Inn,  and  Ernest  Bird  &  Sons,  of  9  Young  Street, 
Kensington.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles),  subsequently  promoted  Company  Sergeant- 
Major.     Served  at  Home. 

ERNEST  WILLIAM  BIRD. 

Admitted  April  1902.  Member  of  Bartley,  Bird  &  Co.,  of  LiverpooL 
Served  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Iving's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish), 
subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Batt.  and  Regt.  and  attained  the 
rank  of  Capt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

HENRY  SODEN  BIRD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  H.  Soden  Bird  &  Sons,  of  Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne.  Served  as  Gunner  and  Signaller,  297th  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery.     Awarded  the  M.M. 

NORMAN  DOUGLAS  BIRD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Member  of  J.  Hopley  Pierce  &  Bird,  of  Wrexham. 
Enhsted  May  1916  as  Gunner,  Lancashire  and  Cheshire  Garrison  Artillery  (T.). 
Obtained  commission  in  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  in  April  1918.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France. 

STANLEY  TREADGOLD  BIRD. 

Articled  to  C.  A.  Pryce,  of  Abingdon,  Berks.  Enhsted  Sept.  8,  1914,  as  a 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  later  sent  to  the 


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Artists'  Ofliccrs  Training  School  at  St.  Omcr.  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut. 
King's  Royal  Rifles  Sept.  19,  1915,  and  joined  the  7th  Batt.  at  the  Front  that 
month.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  near  Ypres  on  Dec.  C,  1915,  and 
invalided  home  mitil  May  1916.  Rejoined  Regiment  in  France,  and  again 
severely  woimded  at  Derrancourt  Aug.  19,  1916.  Died  at  the  Corps  Dressing 
Station  Aug.  20,  1916. 

WALTER  LEONARD  BIRD. 

Admitted  May  1909,  practising  at  Bradford.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th 
Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish).     Promoted  Lieut. 

JOSEPH  HORNBY  BIRLEY. 

Admitted  March  1907.  Enlisted  1914  as  Private,  3rd  (Pubhc  Schools) 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  commissioned  and  posted  to  the 
Manchester  Regt.,  attaining  the  rank  of  Capt.      Killed  in  action  Sept.  2,  1918^ 

HENRY  ANTHONY  BIRRELL-ANTHONY. 

Articled  to  B.  L.  Rejuolds,  of  High  Wycombe.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Monmouthshire  Regt. 

REGINALD  BARTLEMORE  GROS\^NOR  BIRTILL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Formerly  practising  at  South  Molton,  N.  Devon. 
EnUsted  Dec.  11,  1916,  as  Private,  Depot  Devonshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  Jan.  30,  1918,  subsequently  promoted 
A/Capt.  15th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  Served  in  France  May  to  July  1917 
and  Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

WILLIAM  THOMAS  WATKINS  BIRTS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907,  practising  at  65  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  2.  Joined 
March  1916  as  2nd  Lieut.,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's  West- 
minster Rifles),  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served  in  France.  InvaHded 
home  with  trench  fever  Aug.  1917. 

THOMAS  HUIVIE  BISCHOFF. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Member  of  Bischoff  &  Co.,  of  4  Great  Winchester 
Street,  London,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  1915  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 
Promoted  Lieut.  April  1917,  Adjutant  187th  Brigade  R.F.A.  Jan.  1917,  Staff 
Capt.  (41st  Divisional  Artillery)  T/Capt.  April  1917.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  May  1916 
to  Nov.  1917,  and  March  1918  to  Dec.  1918,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1918. 

BERTRAM  LEWIS  BISGOOD. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905.  Member  of  Hatchett  Jones,  Bisgood,  Marshall  & 
Thomas,  of  48  Mark  Lane,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  "  C  "  Anti-Aircraft 
Battery,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

GEORGE  RENDEL  BISHOP. 

Admitted  Nov.  1917.  Assistant  Solicitor  Hammersmith  Borough  Council. 
Joined  June  1912  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northamptonshire  Regt.,  subsequently 
promoted  to  Lieut. 

GERALD  BISHOP. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  Phipps,  of  Northampton.  Joined  Nov.  2,  1914,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.    Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Res.  Batt.  Northampton- 


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shire  Regt.  Feb.  4,  1915.  Promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  Capt.  July  1917, 
Served  in  France  Dec.  1916  to  March  1917,  and  Nov.  1918  to  Feb.  1919.  Severely 
wounded  March  4,  1917. 

GERALD  CLEMENT  WILLIMI  BISHOP. 

Articled  to  his  father,  F.  W.  Bishop,  of  Bridgwater.  Joined  the  Public 
School  Corps  of  The  Hawke  Batt.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  in  Jan.  1915. 
Went  to  Gallipoli  in  April  1915  where  he  was  wounded,  remained  there  until 
the  evacuation.  Subsequently  returned  home  to  train  for  commission.  Posted 
2nd  Lieut,  to  6th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Went  to  France  July  1917.  Killed 
in  action  Aug.  12,  1917. 

JOHN  WALTON  BISHOP. 

Admitted  March  1902,  practising  at  Llanelly  and  Ammanford.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Pembroke  Yeomanry,  appointed  Capt.  Nov.  1914, 
Major  Nov.  1916.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1915, 
Egypt  and  Palestine  1916  to  1917,  Home  1918  to  1919. 

JOSEPH  GEORGE  BISHOP. 

Admitted  April  1892,  practising  at  Abergavenny.  Served  as  Major, 
3rd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  (T.)  and  promoted  to  Lieut. -Col.  Attached 
to  Staff.     Awarded  the  O.B.E. 

JOSEPH  RICHARD  BISHOP. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Assistant  Solicitor  Great  Western  Railway  Co.. 
Served  as  Staff  Lieut.,  Royal  Engineers  (Signal  Service). 

WILLIA3I  HENRY  BLABER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1893.  Member  of  Robinson  &  Blaber,  of  23  Philpot  Lane, 
E.C.     Served  as  Lieut.,  1st  Home  Counties  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.) 

ALEXANDER  JMACGREGOR  BLACK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Foyer,  White,  Borrett  &  Black,  of  26 
Essex  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  1914  as  Lieut.,  14th  Batt.  Northum- 
berland Fusiliers,  promoted  Capt.  1915,  Major  1917,  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1915  and  in 
France  1915  to  1919. 

LEONARD  ARTHUR  BLACKBURN. 

Articled  to  W.  M.  Jenner,  of  15  Walbrook,  E.C.  4.  Joined  Aug.  4, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1914, 
Captain  March  1915.  Transferred  to  Household  Batt.  June  1917.  Served 
in  France.  Wounded  in  front  of  Peronne  on  March  21,  1918,  during  the 
retreat. 

ALPHONSUS  BLACKMORE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909,  practising  at  Doncaster.  Joined  July  1915  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1915,  Capt.  March 
1916.     Served  at  Home. 

BASIL  BERNARD  BLACKWELL. 

Admitted  May  1909.  Member  of  W.  B.  Blackwell  &  Co.,  of  1  Mitre  Court 
Chambers,  Temple,  E.C.     Joined  May  1915  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 


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Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs).     Served 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  on  Sept.  3,  1916,  at  Selville  Wood. 

CHARLES  BLACKWELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Of  3  Gray's  Inn  Square,  W.C.  1.  Joined  Aug.  1914 
as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Fusiliers.     Served  in  France  and  Flanders.     Killed  in  action  July  20,  1915. 

HENRY  DAWSON  BLADES. 

Admitted  Sept.  1890,  practising  at  Sedbergh,  Yorkshire.  Enlisted 
Oct.  1914  as  Private,  The  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.  Served  in 
France  Feb.  1915  to  April  1915,  and  Feb,  1917  to  May  1918.  Wounded 
April  24,  1915,  at  2nd  Battle  of  Ypres. 

GEORGE  CHAMBERS  BLAGDEN. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Coward,  Hawksley,  Sons  & 
Chance,  of  30  Mincing  Lane,  London,  E.C.  Joined  June  6  1918,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  and  subsequently  served  as  Cadet,  22nd  (Garrison)  Officers 
Cadet  Batt. 

CLAUDE  EDMUND  LANGLEY  BLAGG. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  C.  Mackarness,  of  Petersfield,  Hants.  Joined  Nov.  6, 
1914,  as  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Navy  (despatch  rider  motor  cyclist).  Appointed 
Leading  Mechanic  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  (Wireless  Operator  in  Airships) 
Sept.  1915.  Served  in  Home  Naval  Air  Stations  Nov.  1914  to  April  1917, 
and  in  Southern  Adriatic  ashore  and  afloat  April  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

FRANCIS  OSMOND  BLAGG. 

Articled  to  F.  E.  Blagg,  of  Portsmouth.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Lieut.,  6th 
Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  Promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Nov.  1914,  Capt.  (substan- 
tive) Feb.  1915,  A/Major  Dec.  1918,  A/Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1919  to  April  1919, 
when  reverted  to  permanent  substantive  rank  of  Capt.  Served  at  Home  Aug. 
1914  to  Oct.  1914,  India  Oct.  1914  to  Sept.  1917,  Mesopotamia  Sept.  1917 
to  Dec.  1917,  India  Dec.  1917  to  June  1919. 

HAROLD  EPHRAIM  BLAIBERG. 

Admitted  June  1905,  practising  at  18  Ironmonger  Lane,  E.C.  Joined 
Sept.  18,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Reserve  Cavalry  Regt.,  transferred  to  Royal 
Warwickshire  Regt.  Special  Reserve  as  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  April  14,  1917  and  June  1918. 

JOHN  BLAIR. 

Admitted  June  1900.  Member  of  FaithfuU,  Owen,  Blair  &  Wright,  of 
Dacre  House,  Victoria  Street,  S.W.  1.  Enlisted  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Trooper, 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  granted  commission  in  Royal  Scots  Dec.  23, 
1914.     Subsequently  promoted  Temp.  Capt. 

FRANK  BLAIR-ALLEN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Nicholson  &  Blair-Allen,  of  Sunderland. 
Joined  Sept.  1914  as  Private,  7th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  and  after- 
wards promoted  Lance-Corporal.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Killed  in 
action  May  23,  1915,  in  2nd  Battle  of  Ypres. 


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DENIS  HENRY  BLAKE. 

Admitted  May  1912.  Of  Great  Yarmouth.  Enlisted  Sept.  3,  1914,  as 
Private,  6th  Batt.  Northamptonshire  Regt.  Commission  in  6th  Batt.  Bed- 
fordshire Regt.  Sept.  1914,  promoted  Capt.  April  1915.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  at  Home,  France,  War  Office  (Intelligence  Department) 
Sept.  1917,  British  and  Canadian  Recruiting  Mission  in  U.S.A.  1918. 
Wounded  Oct.  1915  at  Hannescamp,  June  1916  at  La  Douelles,  Nov.  1916 
at  Thiepval,  April  1917  at  Battle  of  Arras. 

EDWARD  WILLIAM  RICHMOND  BLAKE. 

Articled  to  E.  J.  Blake,  of  Crewkerne,  Somerset.  Joined  Aug.  1916,  as 
Private,  Somerset  Light  Infantry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Somerset 
Light  Infantry  March  9,  1917.  Went  to  France  on  May  6,  1917,  and 
attached  to  the  8th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry.  Killed  in  action  at  the 
Battle  of  Wytescheat  July  31,  1917. 

GEORGE  VICTOR  BLAKE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Longueville  &  Co.,  of  Oswestry. 
Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  and  subsequently  promoted 
Corporal.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1st  Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry 
Jan.  22  1917.  Served  in  France  from  Feb.  1917  until  killed  in  action  at 
Marcoing,  in  the  battle  of  Cambrai,  Dec.  2,  1917. 

JOHN  HIBIPHREY  BLAKE. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Clerk  with  Sparks  &  Blake,  of  Crewkerne,  Somerset. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  (T.), 
promoted  1st  Lieut.  Aug.  1914,  Capt.  June  1916.  Station  Staff  Officer 
at  Kasauli  (India)  April  1915  to  April  1916.  Assistant  Staff  Capt.  233rd  Inf. 
Bde.  E.E.F.  Feb.  1918  to  Sept.  1918.  A.D.C.  to  G.O.C.  75th  Division  E.E.F. 
Sept.  1918  to  May  1919.  Served  at  Home  till  Oct.  1914,  India  Oct.  1914  to 
April  1917,  Egypt  and  Palestine  May  1917  to  May  1919. 

LEONARD  NICHOLSON  BLAKE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1903.  Member  of  Blake,  Reid  &  Lapthorn,  of  Portsmouth. 
Served  as  Capt.  and  Quartermaster,  5th  Southern  General  Hospital,  Royal  Army 
Medical  Corps  (T.). 

PHILIP  JESSOP  BLAKE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Member  of  Wake  &  Sons,  of  Sheffield.  Served 
as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

DOUGLAS  BLANCHARD. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  J.  H.  Hutchings,  of  Teign- 
mouth,  S.  Devon.  EnHsted  Nov.  27, 1914,  as  Private,  18th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Dorset  Regt.  (Special  Reserve)  May  1915.  Attached 
3rd  Middlesex  Regt.  Oct.  1915.  Appointed  Salvage  Officer  28th  Division 
Dec.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Attached  819  Employment  Coy. 
Labour  Corps  Aug.  1918.  Attached  3rd  Echelon  G.H.Q.,  B.S.F.,  Nov.  1918. 
Appointed  Staff  Lieut.,  1st  Class,  Jan.  1919.  Served  at  Home  Nov.  1914 
to  Sept.  1915,  France  Oct.  1  to  25, 1915,  Egypt  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Salonica 
Force  Jan.  1916  to  June  1919. 


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VICTOR  BLANCHARD. 

Articled  to  W.  E.  Hart,  of  Sheffield.     Joined  March  1918,  as  Cadet,  No.  14 
Officers'  Cadet  Batt.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Sept. 
1918,  attached  2/6  Durham   Light   Infantry   March  1919.     Served  at  Home 
and  in  France. 
WILLIAM  EDWARD  MOERAN  BLAND Y. 

Admitted  June  1913.  Member  of  Blandy  &  Blandy,  of  Reading.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  (T.F.).  Served  in  France 
1915  to  1916.  Wounded  Aug.  14,  1916,  at  Ovillers  (Somme).  Invalided  out 
March  4,  1917. 

WILLIAM  DESMOND  BLATCH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913,  practised  at  Southampton.  Served  as  a  Trooper, 
Hampshire  Yeomanry  (Carabiniers).  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Derbyshire  Dragoons,  promoted  Lieut. 

STEWART  LENTON  BLAXLEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  Clerk  with  Alfred  Truman,  of  Bicester,  Oxon. 
Joined  Nov.  22,  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court,  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
2nd  Batt.  Royal  Welsh  FusiHers  Nov.  23,  1916.  Served  in  France.  Killed 
in  action  at  H6ninel,  near  Arras,  April  23,  1917. 

HENRY  BLECKLY. 

Articled  to  E.  L.  Sandbach,  of  Manchester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Cheshire 
Yeomanry,  promoted  Lieut. 

SIDNEY  THOMAS  BLEWETT. 

Articled  to  R.  A.  Jones,  of  Swansea,  Glam.  Joined  June  1917,  as  Convoy 
Signalman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  in  the  Mediterranean  and 
at  Ports  between  Gibraltar  and  Port  Said. 

ARTHUR  JOSEPH  BLISS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Bliss  &  Sons,  of  High  Wycombe.  Joined 
Aug.  6,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps.  Subsequently  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  (4th  Prince  of  Wales)  The  Leinster  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Killed 
in  action  at  Ginchy  Sept.  9,  1916. 

HENRY  NORMAN  BLISS. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Member  of  Edell  &  Co.,  of  4/6  King  Street,  Cheap- 
side,  E.C.  Joined  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Sept.  11,  1915,  and  attained  the  rank 
of  Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  56th  Divisional  Field  Artillery,  A/280  Brigade, 
1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

WILLIAM  THOMAS  BARNARD  BLOCK. 

Admitted  July  1902.  Member  of  Block  &  Cullingham,  of  Ipswich.  Served 
as  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

FREDERICK  HYMAN  BLOOM. 

Admitted  March  1915,  practising  at  Middlesbrough.     Served   as   Lance- 
Corporal  Royal  Engineers. 
HENRY  BLOOM. 

Admitted  May  1912.  Practised  at  Middlesbrough.  Joined  the  Durham 
University  O.T.C.  on  the  outbreak  of  war  and  gazetted  2nd.  Lieut.  12th  (S.) 


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Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (Teeside  Pioneers).     Killed  in  action  in  France  Feb.  14, 
1917,  whilst  serving  as  a  machine-gun  officer. 

ALFRED  HERBERT  BLUNDELL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1891.  Member  of  Blundell,  Baker  &  Co.,  of  16  Serjeant's 
Inn,  E.G.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles),  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

CHARLES  WINNALL  BLUNDELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1892.  Managing  Clerk  with  Sole,  Turner  &  Knight,  of  69 
Aldermanbury,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Col. -Sergeant,  16th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles),  promoted  Company  Sergeant-Major 
Nov.  1914.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  WARDEN  BLUNT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905,  practised  at  Leicester.  Served  as  Capt.,  Leicester- 
shire Royal  Horse  Artillery. 

CHARLES  FREDERICK  TOLMIE  BLYTH. 

Admitted  May  1892.  Member  of  Blyth,  Dutton,  Hartley  &  Blyth,  of  112 
Gresham  House,  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut. -Col.,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (T.)     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  C.M.G. 

MAURICE  McAUSLANE  BLYTH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  6  New  Court,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  2. 
Enlisted  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  19th  (Public  School)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 
Discharged  Dec.  1914  owing  to  serious  illness. 

THOMAS  TOLME  BLYTH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  Blyth,  Dutton,  Hartley  &  Blyth,  of 
112  Gresham  House,  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (T.),  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

ARTHUR  ALLISTER  BLYTON. 

Articled  to  E.  Van  Houtte  Blyton,  of  Spalding.  Joined  Aug.  27,  1914,  as 
Private,  4th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  (T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  North 
Midland  (Howitzer)  Brigade  (T.)  Nov.  25,  1914,  transferred  to  "C"  Battery, 
S4th  (Army)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  July  1917,  to  "  B,"  "  A,"  "  C,"  277th 
(Army)  Brigade,  Dec.  1917,  and  to  "A"  Battery,  70th  Brigade,  15th  Division, 
in  June  1918.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  from  Nov.  11, 1915,  until  killed  in 
action  at  Pont-a-Trois,  Gueules,  France,  on  Sept.  5,  1918.  Buried  in  Enghsh 
Cemetery  at  Vis-en-Artois,  France. 

HENRY  AUBREY  BLYTON. 

Admitted  June  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  E.  Van  Houtte  Blyton,  of 
Spalding.  Joined  March  29,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps, 
promoted  to  Sergeant  April  1916,  Staff  Sergeant-Major  July  1916.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Aug.  31,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  March 
1919.     Served  at  Home. 

HAROLD  ARTHUR  PALMER  BOCKETT. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Bockett,  of  Amberley  House,  Norfolk  Street,  Strand, 
W.C.     Joined  Nov.  24,  1915,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.     Gazetted 


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2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company  Dec.  16, 1916.     Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  May  4,  1917. 

MYLES  BODDINGTON. 

Articled  to  Alfred  Whitworth,  of  Manchester.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914,  as 
Private,  5th  Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry.  Subsequently  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  of  same  Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  Belgium  and  France  July  1915  to  July  1916.  Kalled  in  action 
near  Ypres  July  1,  1916. 

RALPH  THOMAS  BODDINGTON. 

Admitted  March  1909.  Member  of  Hooper,  Ryland  &  Boddington,  of 
Birmingham.  Joined  March  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  London  Regt., 
subsequently  promoted  Lieut.     Killed  at  Beersheba,  Palestine,  Nov.  2,  1917. 

HAROLD  OWEN  BODVEL-ROBERTS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1908.  Of  Carnarvon.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
City  of  London  Batt.,  London  Regt.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Loos  Sept.  25,  1915  (where  he  earned 
the  M.C.)  and  died  from  the  wounds  then  received  at  Le  Treport,  France,  on 
Nov.  18,  1915. 

GEORGE  FRANKLAND  BOLAM. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  Gateshead.  Served  as  Lieut.  9th 
Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry. 

ARTHUR  BOLDEN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1906.  Member  of  Strong  &  Bolden,  of  70  Gracechurch 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Able  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve  (Anti- Aircraft  Corps).  Commissioned  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve  (Auxiliary  Patrol)  1916,  and  promoted  Lieut.  1917.  In 
command  of  Minelayers  311  and  (later)  313. 

CHARLES  BENSLY  BOLINGBROKE. 

Articled  to  E.  M.  Calvert,  of  Norwich.  Served  as  Lieut.,  6th  (Cyclist) 
Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

ARTHUR  EDWARD  BOLTER. 

Articled  to  P.  H.  Freeman,  of  3  South  Square,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Served 
as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Subsequently 
obtained  commission  in  Machine  Gun  Corps  and  promoted  Lieut. 

CHARLES  ALBERT  BOLTER. 

Admitted  May  1911.  On  the  Solicitor's  Staff  of  Great  Western  Railway 
Co.  Enhsted  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles),  was  drafted  to  France  in  Jan.  1915,  in  Aug.  1915  was  appointed 
a  Sergeant-Instructor  in  Machine  Gun  School  in  France,  on  April  26,  1917,  was 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Killed  in  action  near  Bailleul, 
France,  on  April  12,  1918. 

EDWARD  TREVOR  BOLTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Member  of  Bolton  Bros.,  of  43  Great  Tower  Street, 
E.C.     Enhsted   Oct.   1914   as  Private,   in  23rd    (Sportsman's)    Batt.    Royal 


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Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  11th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  Sept.  16,  1916,  and 
promoted  Lieut.  March  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in 
France  from  Nov.  1915  to  date  of  his  death.  Wounded  in  battle  of  Arras 
April  9,  1917.     Killed  in  action  on  April  10,  1918. 

FREDERICK  WILLIAM  GEORGE  BOLTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899.  Member  of  Bolton  &  Tabor,  of  Letch  worth,  Herts. 
Enhsted  Nov.  22,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut. 
July  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  March  1918  Army  Printing  and  Stationery  Services. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and  Italy  May  1915  to 
March  1919. 

WILLIAM  SPROULE  BOLTON. 

Admitted  June  1911.  Member  of  E.  Trevor  Bolton  &  Co.,  of  Great  Tower 
Street,  E.C.  Enhsted  as  a  Private  in  23rd  Royal  Fusihers  (Sportsman's 
Batt.)  and  went  to  France  Nov.  1915.  Wounded  at  the  battle  of  Beaumont 
Hamel  in  Nov.  1916,  promoted  Sergeant  1917.  Died  Feb.  7, 1919,  of  pneumonia 
just  after  being  demobilised. 

ALFRED  DALTON  BOND. 

Admitted  May  1907.  Member  of  Newman  &  Bond,  of  Barnsley.  Joined 
Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  (T.F.).  Served  at 
Home.     Died  of  pneumonia  at  Scarborough  May  22,  1916. 

EDWIN  RAYMOND  BOND. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.     Of  Cardiff.     Served  as  Major,  Royal  Air  Force. 

HUBERT  SAMUEL  EMERY  BOND. 

Articled  to  S.  O.  Jenkins,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  May  1915  on  probation. 
Obtained  commission  in  the  7th  Welsh  Cyclists  as  Sub-Lieut,  on  Aug.  19, 
1915,  transferred  into  Royal  Air  Force  Oct.  1916.  Fell  at  Hounslow  through 
machine  going  to  pieces  June  14.  Died  at  Bryanston  Square  Hospital  on 
June  17,  1917. 

ERNEST  EDGAR  BONE. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Member  of  Ernest  E.  Bone  &  Son,  of  Llandudno 
and  Colwyn  Bay.     Served  as  Private,  The  Rand  Rifles,  Transvaal. 

GEOFFREY  FOSTER  BONE. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Bone,  of  Devonport.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Devon  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  June  1916, 
joined  Royal  Flying  Corps  Sept.  1915,  joined  Machine  Gun  Corps  Sept. 
1917.  Served  at  Gibraltar  April  to  Sept.  1915,  France  Feb.  to  April  1916, 
Mesopotamia  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919. 

JOHN  BONE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Member  of  Allan  B.  Bone  &  Son,  of  Devonport. 
Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Engineers  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1916,  A/Capt.  and  Adjutant  to  C.R.E.  17th  Division,  July  1918. 
Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915,  Gibraltar  March  1915  to  Nov.  1916i 
Home  Nov.  1916  to  March  1917,  France  March  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 


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CLAUDE  HERBERT  DICK  BONNETT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912;  practised  at  Hounslow.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
10th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.     Awarded  the  O.B.E. 

JAMES  PATTERSON  BONNEY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909.  Member  of  Wilding;  Son  &  Bonney,  of  Blackburn, 
and  Wilding,  Bonney  &  Pegge,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Lieut.  351st  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  Oct.  6,  1917. 

TREVOR  lEUAN  BONNOR-INIAURICE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Member  of  Bircham  &  Co.,  of  46  Parhament  Street, 
Westminster.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  1/1  Montgomeryshire  Yeomanry, 
subsequently  changed  into  1/1  Lincolnshire  Yeomanry,  promoted  Capt.  in 
1915.     Served  in  the  Palestine  Campaign  from  March  1916  to  July  1919. 

CYRIL  ARTHUR  BONSER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Member  of  Hopkin  &  Bonser,  of  Sutton-in-Ashfield, 
and  Mansfield,  Notts.  Enlisted  Oct.  11,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  and  attained  the  rank  of  Regimental  Sergeant-Ma j or.  Served  at 
Gibraltar,  Egypt,  France,  Belgium,  and  Germany. 

EDWIN  KENNETH  BONSEY. 

Articled  to  G.  O.  Jones,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  Private,  Inns 
of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  99th  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  Feb.  1917.  Gassed  on  June  25,  1918,  and  died  in  hospital  on  July  2, 
1918. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  BOOTE. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Cocks,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Aug.  8,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
8th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  Sept.  1915.  Served 
at  Gallipoli  and  Mesopotamia.     Killed  in  action  April  4-5;  1916. 

CHARLES  VICTOR  BOOTH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  F.  A.  C.  Redden,  of  17  Victoria 
Street,  S.W.  Serving  in  the  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  at  outbreak  of  war.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  Sept.  17,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1914, 
Capt.  April  1915,  transferred  Labour  Corps  Oct.  1917,  and  to  the  Roj'-al  Air  Force, 
Sept.  1918.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  July  1915,  in  France  July  1915  to 
Feb.  1916,  Home  Feb.  1916  to  March  1919. 

GERALD  ASTLEY  BOOTH. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Langley,  of  4  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Enlisted  in  Hon» 
Artillery  Company  (Infantry)  as  a  Private  on  Sept.  5,  1914;  and  attained 
the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Hon.  Artillery  Company  Dec.  1916 
and  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918.  Served  in  France  Feb.  1915  to  April  1917, 
remainder  of  time  at  Home.     Wounded  April  23,  1917,  at  Gavrelle,  France. 

HAROLD  GORDON  BOOTH. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Of  Leeds.  Enlisted  Sept.  6, 1916,  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  May  13,. 
1918.     Served  at  Salonica. 


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HERBERT  BOOTH. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Robert  Innes,  of  Manchester. 
Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Corporal  March  1916, 
Sergeant  Oct.  1916,  Engineer  Clerk  with  15th  Divisional  R.E.  Headquarters, 
B.E.F.,  from  March  1916  to  March  1919.  Mentioned  in  the  "  Peace  "  Dispatch. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

HOLLAND  BOOTH. 

Articled  to  H.  Lang-Coath,  of  Swansea.  EnHsted  Aug.  7, 1914,  as  Private, 
7th  Batt.  Welch  Regt.  (T.F.),  transferred  to  4th  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks 
Light  Infantry  (T.F.)  May  1916.  Commissioned  in  France,  and  gazetted  to 
12th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Feb.  21,  1917.  Served  in  England  and 
East  Coast  until  May,  1916,  and  in  France  May  1916  to  Aug.  1917.  Wounded 
at  Fresnoy,  near  Arras,  Aug.  11,  1917. 

ARTHUR  CARY  HAMPTON  BORRER. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Boodle,  Hatfield  &  Co.,  of 
53  Davies  Street,  W.  Enlisted  Jan.  1917,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Ordnance 
Corps  Sept.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1918.  Served  at  Home  and  in 
Macedonia. 

GEORGE  KENYON  FORSTER  BORRETT. 

Articled  to  F.  C.  H.  Borrett,  of  Rochester.  Joined  Sept.  22, 1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  1st  Royal  Guernsey  Militia,  promoted  Lieut.  1st  Royal  Guernsey  Light 
Infantry  Dec.  16,  1916.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium.  Taken 
prisoner  Dec.  1,  1917,  at  Battle  of  Cambrai. 

ERNEST  BORRIE. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Member  of  Albert  Borrie  &  Sons,  of  Middles- 
brough. Served  as  Lance-Corporal,  4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal 
Lancaster  Regt. 

ROBERT  GEOFFREY  BORWICK. 

Articled  to  the  Hon.  Sir  Charles  Russell,  Bart.,  of  37  Norfolk  Street,  W.C. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire  Regt. 

ERIC  LEVER  BOSTOCK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  1st 
(City)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  "  H  " 
Batt.  Tank  Corps. 

JAMES  BAXENDALL  BOSWELL. 

Articled  to  J.  R.  Ford,  of  Leeds.  Mobilised  as  Capt.  and  Quarter- 
master, 2nd  West  Riding  Field  Ambulance,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps 
(T.F.).  Promoted  Major.  Died  March  23,  1916,  at  Beckett's  Park  Hospital, 
Leeds. 

JOHN  DmiVILLE  BOTTERELL. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Member  of  Botterell  &  Roche,  of  24  St.  Mary 
Axe,  E.C.     Served  as  Capt.,  West  Kent  Yeomanry. 


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PERCY  DUMVILLE  BOTTERELL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  Botterell  &  Roche,  of  24  St.  Mary  Axe, 
E.C.  Served  with  the  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Subsequently 
Assistant  Commercial  Attache  at  The  Hague.     Appointed  a  C.B.E. 

GEORGE  RHODES  BOTTOMLEY. 

Articled  to  Maurice  Gaunt,  of  Bradford.  Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as 
Gunner,  4th  (West  Riding)  Howitzer  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  West  Riding  Royal  Field  Artillery,  March  25,  1915,  pro- 
moted to  Lieut.  62nd  Division,  B.E.F.,  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Feb.  1918.  Served 
at  Home  2  years,  in  France  2  years,  and  in  Germany  4  months. 

ARTHUR  ERNEST  ESSINGTON  BOULTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Gales,  Boulton  &  Son,  of  Sunderland. 
Joined  Oct.  5,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt. 
Oct.  1915.     Served  in  France  and  Flanders. 

ARTHUR  WARDLE  BOULTON. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  R.  T.  Adderly,  of  Longton, 
Stoke-on-Trent.  Joined  Nov.  28, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th  (Service)  Batt.  North 
Staffordshire  Regt.,  sailed  for  Dardanelles  May  1915,  landed  Cape  Helles, 
June  6,  attached  to  5th  East  Lanes.  Regiment  (T.F.),  in  Oct.  was  Brigade 
Bombing  Officer,  left  (wounded)  on  Oct.  29,  at  Malta  in  Hospital  until 
Dec.  23,  sent  to  England,  three  months'  Sick  Leave,  Recruiting  Officer 
April  to  Aug.  1916  with  3rd  Training  Reserve  Batt.  (Lieut,  while  so  employed) 
until  April  1917,  then  went  to  France  and  attached  to  5th  North  Staffordshire 
Regt.  (T.F.),  left  France  (wounded)  July  25,  1917,  in  Hospital  until  May  30, 
1918,  promoted  Lieut.  June  2,  1917. 

HUGH  DELABERE  BOUSFIELD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  Dibb  &  Co.,  of  Leeds.  Embodied  with 
7th  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  Aug.  3,  1914,  with  rank  of  Major,  commanded 
1/5  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  with  rank  of  Lieut. -Col.  from  July  1916  to 
Oct.  1917.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.,  C.M.G.,  T.D., 
French  Croix  de  Guerre,  Belgian  Croix  de  Guerre.  Served  in  France  April 
1915  to  April  1919.  Wounded  at  Passchendaele.  Taken  prisoner  at  Kemmel 
Hill  when  Liaison  Officer  with  the  French  Army. 

ERNEST  STANLEY  BOUSTRED. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  H.  Boustred  &  Son,  of  74  Coleman 
Street,  E.C.  Enhsted  Aug.  28,  1914,  as  Private,  13th  Batt.  London  Regt. 
(Kensingtons),  transferred  Nov.  1915  to  Royal  Field  Artillery  as  Signaller. 
Served  in  Mesopotamia. 

FREDERICK  EDGAR  BOWDEN. 

Admitted  May  1904.  Member  of  Foot  &  Bowden,  of  Plymouth.  Joined 
Sept.  4,  1914,  as  Lance-Corporal,  30th  Coy.  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Cor- 
poral Sept.  1914,  Sergeant  Feb.  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Devonshire  Royal 
Engineers  March  4,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  A/Capt.  Sept.  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1916,  and  in 
Egypt,  Palestine,  and  Syria  1917  to  1919. 


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HUBERT  MOXHAY  BOWDEN. 

Admitted  July  1909,  practising  at  221b  Hammersmith  Road,  London,  W. 
Enlisted  Aug.  30,  1916,  as  Private,  London  Regt.,  and  subsequently  served  in 
Middlesex  Regt.  and  686th  Home  Service  Employment  Company,  Labour  Corps. 

ALFRED  JOHN  HAMILTON  BOWEN. 

Admitted  July  1909.  Member  of  Bowen  &  Son,  of  Pontypool.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Captain,  2nd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  (T.),  and  was  promoted 
to  Lieut. -Col.  in  command  of  Regt.  Aug.  1915.  Three  times  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  Bar.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in 
action  at  Sailisel  March  2,  1917. 

HUGH  STORER  BOWEN. 

Admitted  June  1909,  practising  at  Canterbury.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  12th  Batt.  Essex  Regt,  promoted  Major  Aug.  1917.  Served  at 
GallipoK  Sept.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Egypt  Jan.  to  March  1916,  and  France 
April  1916  to  Aug.  1918. 

LESLIE  HAROLD  BOWEN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practised  at  12  New  Court,  Carey  Street,  W.C. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  (attached  1st)  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  Killed  in 
France  on  Dec.  22,  1915,  whilst  on  patrol  duty. 

WILLIAM  THOMAS  BOWEN-HAMER. 

Articled  to  E.  P.  Careless,  of  Llandrindod  Wells.  Joined  Feb.  8,  1915, 
as  Driver,  2nd  "  B  "  Battery,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  subsequently  posted 
Gunner,  promoted  Lance-Bombardier  1916  and  Bombardier  1917.  Served 
at  Home,  and  for  last  two  years  of  war  in  France,  Belgium,  and  Germany. 
Wounded  Aug.  1918. 

BASIL  CEDRIC  BOWER. 

Admitted  April  1914.  Of  Swinton.  Served  as  Motor  Ambulance  Driver, 
British  Red  Cross  Society. 

GEOFFREY  ARTHUR  HOLME  BOWER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Bower,  Cotton  &  Bower, 
4  Bream's  Buildings,  Chancery  Lane,  E.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt., 
7th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Major  June  1916.  Three  times 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914, 
Gibraltar  Sept.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Home  Feb.  1915  to  March  1915,  France 
March  1915  to  July  1919,  except  Oct  and  Nov.  1917,  when  at  Staff  Course, 
Cambridge. 

JOHN  ALBERT  BOWER. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Waddington,  of  Burnley.  Joined  Dec.  1914,  as  Gunner, 
Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Corporal  Feb.  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Horse  and  Royal  Field  Artillery  April  5,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July 
1917,  appointed  Signalhng  Instructor  1st  Army  Signal  School  1918.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.     Injured  at  duty,  Somme,  August  1916. 

SIDNEY  WATKIN  BOWES. 

Articled  to  Arthur  H.  Neve,  of  Tonbridge.  Enlisted  Dec.  11,  1915,  as 
Private,  3rd  Batt.  East  Surrey   Regt.,  transferred  July   1916  to    4th  Batt. 


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Northumberland  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  April 
1917,  transferred  to  the  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  1918,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Nov.  1918.     Served  with  British  Salonica  Force. 

GEORGE  BUTTON  BOWES-WILSON. 

Admitted  April  1902,  practised  at  Middlesbrough.  Mobilised  as  Capt., 
4th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.).  Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium 
1914  and  1915.     Killed  in  action  near  Ypres  June  17,  1915. 

EUSTACE  GILBERT  BOWHAY. 

Admitted  July  1912,  practised  at  Great  Torrington,  North  Devon. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt. 
Oct.  1914.  Served  in  India  1914  and  1915,  and  in  Mesopotamia  1916.  Killed 
in  action  in  Battle  of  Es  Sinn,  Mesopotamia,  March  8,  1916. 

HUMPHREY  CHARLES  BRADSHAW  BOWLES. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  Worthing.  MobiHsed  Aug.  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Home  Counties  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted 
Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Captain  March  1918.     Served  in  India  Oct.  1914  to  Dec. 

1915,  Mesopotamia  (Kut  Relief  Force)  Dec.  1915  to  June  1916,  France  1917. 

EDWYN  RANDOLPH  BOWLING. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  C.  Frere,  of  28  Lincolns  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Enlisted 
1914,  as  Private,  Sportsman's  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
9th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.     Killed  in  action  June  4,  1916. 

GILBERT  BOWLING. 

Articled  to  WiUiam  Mossop,  of  Burnley.  Enlisted  Dec.  21,  1915,  as 
Private,  Denbighshire  Yeomanry,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  May  1917,  Depot 
Hussar  Regts.,  Yorks,  Corporal  Oct.  1917.     Served  in  England. 

ANTHONY  HARVEY  BOWMAN. 

Articled  to  A.  N.  Bowman,  of  Carlisle.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt., 
1st  Cumberland  Howitzer  Battery  (T.),  transferred  to  Regular  Army  as 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  1915.  Served  at  Gallipoli  and  in  France. 
Died  May  20,  1916,  of  wounds  received  in  action  near  Arras,  May  19. 

JOHN  BROUGHTON  BOWMAN. 

Admitted  April  1898,  practising  at  South  Shields.  MobiHsed  Aug.  1914,^ 
as  Major,  7th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut.-Col.  Nov.  1914. 
Awarded  the  T.D.     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  MEATHERINGHAM  BOWSER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Mossop  &  Mossop,  of  Long  Sutton, 
Lines.  Enlisted  Nov.  2,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Feb.  18,  1918.     Served  at  Home  to  Nov. 

1916,  at  Gibraltar  Dec.  1916  to  July  1917,  Home  Aug.  1917  to  May  1918, 
Mesopotamia  June  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

LEONARD  ARTHUR  BOX. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Member  of  W.  W.  Box  &  Co.,  of  28  Great  James 
Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  23,  1917,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Defence 
Corps, 


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RICHARD  EDWARD  BOX. 

Admitted  July  1907,  practising  at  Oxford.  Enlisted  Oct.  10,  1914,  as 
Private,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Sergeant  1916,  Sergeant- 
Major  1917  10th  Royal  Fusiliers  (attached  Intelligence  B).  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  Medaille  Militaire  (Croix  de  Guerre)  (French).  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium  (4  years  in  all). 

ALLEYNE  PERCIVAL  BOXALL. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Member  of  Boxall  &  Boxall,  of  22  Chancery  Lane, 
W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  1st  Home  Counties  Brigade,  Royal  Field 
Artillery.  Served  with  307th  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  165th  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery,  and  28th  (Army)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut. - 
Col.  1917,  commanded  330th  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  Sept.  1918  to  April 
1919.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  in  5th  Army  Orders  (for  bravery). 
Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  in  India  1914  to  1915,  and  in  France  and 
Flanders  1916  to  1919.  Wounded  (gas  shell)  Sept.  11,  1917,  at  3rd  Battle  of 
Ypres. 

FRANK  STUART  BOXALL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Sir  H.  Kingsley  Wood  &  Co., 
15  Walbrook,  E.C.  Enlisted  Sept.  8,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  19th  (Service)  Batt.  Man- 
chester Regt.  Jan.  15,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  Capt.  June  1917, 
Court-Martial  Officer  Feb.  1918,  gazetted  to  Intelligence  Staff  May  1919.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  1915  to  1917. 

REGINALD  JOHN  BOYCE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1897,  practised  at  Norwich.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal 
Defence  Corps. 

HAROLD  CHARLTON  BOYCOTT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1898,  Sohcitor  to  the  Northampton  Brewery  Co.  and 
also  practising  at  Northampton.  Joined  March  29,  1916,  as  Private,  28th 
Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Received  commission  as 
2nd  Lieut.  Coldstream  Guards  Aug.  4,  1916.  Went  to  France  Jan.  1917, 
appointed  Asst.  Adjutant  to  C.R.E.  Guards  Division,  Nov.  1917,  promoted 
Lieut.  Feb.  1918.     Killed  in  action  March  21,  1918.     Buried  at  Arras. 

ERNEST  ALEXANDER  BOYER. 

Articled  to  Stephen  Miall,  of  Fore  Street,  E.C.  Joined  July  1916,  as 
Private, 28th  Batt.County  of  London  Regt. (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
7th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Jan.  1917,  joined  the  11th  Batt.  in  France  March 
1917,  attached  to  22nd  Batt.  Jan.  1918.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Officially  reported  killed  in  action  April  5,  1918,  at  Aveluy  Wood,  near 
Martinsart. 

WILLIAM  ARCHIBALD  BOYES. 

Admitted  July  1898,  practising  as  Boyes  &  Son,  at  Barnet,  Herts.  Enhsted 
Aug.  9,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps.  Discharged  Dec.  9, 1914, 
as  "  special  case  "  to  resume  official  civilian  duties.     Served  at  Home. 


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ALAN  ANDERSON  BOYLE. 

Articled  to  William  Boyle,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  10th  Batt. 
Kind's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish).  Subsequently  obtained  commission 
in  the  Royal  Marines,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

ERNEST  PATRICK  CHARLES  BOYLE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1888.  Rejoined  Hon.  Artillery  Company  on  outbreak  of  war 
and  gazetted  Capt.  in  Sept.  1914.  Went  to  France  Jan.  1915.  Shot  through 
the  lungs  in  June  1916,  spent  some  months  in  hospital  undergoing  serious 
operation,  subsequently  returned  to  the  front.  Wounded  in  the  face  Oct.  1916, 
and  appointed  A/Lieut. -Col.     Awarded  the  D.S.O.     Killed  in  action  Feb.  1917. 

PERCY  BRABY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1889.  Member  of  Braby  &  Waller,  of  Dacre  House,  Arundel 
Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  June  21,  1915,  as  A.B.,  Royal  Naval  Air 
Service  Anti-Aircraft  (whole  time).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  March  1916,  promoted  to  Lieut.  Sept.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

ARTHUR  ARMISTEAD  BRACEWELL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  J.  &  A.  A.  Bracewell,  of  Colne,  Lanes. 
Enlisted  April  3,  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  and  subsequently 
promoted  Corporal.     Granted  commission  May  5,  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

GEOFFREY  JOHN  BRACEY. 

Admitted  June  1909.  Member  of  Chamberlin,  Talbot  &  Bracey,  of  Gt. 
Yarmouth  and  Lowestoft.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  Norfolk 
Regt.  Capt.  and  Adjutant  2/5  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  1915  and  1916,  second  in 
command  Sept.  1916,  promoted  Major  1916,  went  to  France  Feb.  1917  and 
became  second  in  command  of  11th  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt, 
joined  63rd  (Royal  Naval)  Division  July  1918  as  second  in  command  of  7th 
Royal  Fusiliers,  and  afterwards  as  second  in  command  of  1/28  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  invalided  home  with  trench  fever  June  1918, 
returned  to  France  in  Oct.  1918,  and  took  over  a  German  Prisoner  of  War  Camp. 

GUY  BRACHER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  Bracher  &  Son,  of  Maidstone.  Joined 
Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  Universities  and  Public  Schools  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs)  May  16,  1915.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  outside  Albert  July  3,  1916. 

WILLIAM  VICTOR  ALLEN  BRACHER. 

Articled  to  Septimus  Brutton,  of  Portsmouth.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Served  in  France 
Feb.  to  May  1916.     Died  of  enteric  fever  May  9, 1916. 

JOHN  FOWLER  BRADBURY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  Saunders,  Bradbury  &  Breakwell,  of 
Birmingham.  Served  as  Capt.  and  Adjutant,  South  Midland  Divisional  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (T.). 

PAUL  BRADDON. 

Articled  to  William  Sharp,  of  11  Arundel  Street,  Strand.  Joined  Oct.  16, 
1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/5  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917, 


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attached  as  2nd  Lieut,  to  21st  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifles  Oct.  1916  to  March 
1917,  attached  to  War  Office  as  Cypher  Officer  Dec.  1917  to  April  1919.     Served 
in  France. 
FRANCIS  GARFIELD  BRADFORD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908,  practising  at  Yeovil,  Somerset.  Joined  Dec.  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France. 

SIR  AUGUSTUS  MONTAGUE  BRADLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1886,  practising  at  Dover.  Joined  March  17,  1915,  as 
Lieut. -Col.,  commanding  296th  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  Lieut. -Col.  com- 
manding group  of  2  Howitzer  Brigades  July  1916  to  Oct.  1916,  Lieut. -Col. 
commanding  65th  Divisional  Amm.  Col.  Oct.  1916  to  Feb.  1918.  Served  in 
the  Irish  Rebellion,  April  1916. 

JOSEPH  ROWLAND  BRADLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Clerk  with  Baker  &  Co.,  of  Weston-super-Mare. 
Enlisted  March  3,  1917,  as  Private,  3rd  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt,  transferred 
to  4th  Batt.  July  1917.     Served  in  Mesopotamia  July  1917  to  April  1919. 

WILLIAM  BERTRAM  BRADLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1898,  practising  at  Monmouth.  Served  as  Capt.  and 
Hon.  Major,  Glamorgan  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.). 

ALFRED  EXELBY  BRADSHAW. 

Articled  to  Jos.  H.  Bate,  of  Wrexham.  Enlisted  Dec.  11, 1915,  as  Pioneer, 
Royal  Engineers  (Signals),  Sapper  Army  Signal  Coy.  Sept.  1917,  promoted 
Corporal  Oct.  1917,  A/Sergeant  June  1919,  Chief  Signal  Officer,  G.H.Q.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  Mesopotamia  1916  to  1919. 

STANLEY  GOODWIN  BRADSHAW. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  Member  of  C.  G.  Bradshaw  &  Waterson,  of  16 
Finsbury  Square,  E.C.  Serving  in  the  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  at  outbreak 
of  war.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  Sept.  19, 
1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Capt.  March  1915.  Awarded  the  M.B.E. 
(Military  Division).     Served  in  France  Aug.  1915  to  May  1916. 

HERBERT  BRADWELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  Nottingham.  Served  as  Capt.,  7th 
Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  (T.).  Subsequently 
promoted  Major. 

JOHN  ATKINS  BRAIN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1914.  Member  of  Brain  &  Brain,  of  Reading.  Enlisted 
Feb.  15,  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  (previously  served  with  the 
Red  Cross  in  France  from  Sept.  1915  to  Jan.  1916).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
4th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  July  22,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1918. 
Served  in  France  Aug.  1916  to  March 'l918.  Wounded  at  Villers  Brettoneaux 
March  30,  1918. 

BRIAN  BRAMALL. 

Articled  to  Sidney  White,  of  23  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  and  attained  rank  of  Capt. 


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CLAUD  ARTHUR  BRA^IALL. 

Articled  to  A.  M.  Bramall,  of  3  Verulam  Buildings,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C. 
Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  1st  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  promoted 
Corporal  March  1915,  Sergeant  April  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  General 
List  Nov.  1916,  2nd  Class  Staff  Lieut.  Dec.  1916,  1st  Class  Staff  Lieut. 
May  1918.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1914  to  Dec.  1914  and  Dec.  1916  to 
March  1919. 

RALPH  CYRIL  LOCKHART  BRANDON. 

Articled  to  William  Elam,  of  80  Cheapside,  E.C.  Served  as  Private, 
19th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Subsequently  obtained  commission  in 
5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  and  promoted  Lieut. 

HENRY  NORINIAN  HUGH  BRANSOM. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914,  practised  at  66  Berners  Street,  W.  Served  as  Sub- 
Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (minesweeper). 

DOUGLAS  STEPHENSON  BRANSON. 

Articled  to  G.  E.  Branson,  of  Sheffield.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  4th  (Hallamshire)  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914,  Capt.  July  1916,  A/Major  Aug.  1916,  A/Lieut.-Col.  April  1917. 
Five  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  2  bars  and 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  and  with  Army  of  Occupation. 
Wounded  April  1918  and  Nov.  1918. 

FREDERICK  HENRY  EWART  BRANSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Linklater  &  Co.,  of  2  Bond  Court, 
E.C.  4.  Joined  Sept.  1915  as  Temp.  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps. 
Deputy  Assistant  Director  of  Equipment  and  Ordnance  Stores  at  War  Office 
Oct.  1916  to  Jan  1919,  Temp.  Capt.  Oct.  1916,  Temp.  Major  (about)  Feb.  1918. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  (Military  Division). 
Served  at  Home. 

RAYMOND  HELTON  BRANTHWAITE. 

Admitted  June  1913.  Member  of  Lynde  &  BranthAvaite,  of  Manchester. 
Joined  Oct.  22,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Manchester  Regiment,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1915,  Capt.  Oct.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
in  France. 

HENRY  BENEDICT  LINTHWAITE  BRAUND. 

Articled  to  F.  H.  Hayllar,  of  Brighton.  Served  as  Capt.,  6th  Batt.  Wilt- 
shire Regt. 

CECIL  FRANCIS  BRAY. 

Admitted  March  1908.  Member  of  Bray  &  Bray,  of  Leicester.  Enlisted 
Feb.  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles), 
transferred  July  1916  to  Royal  Field  Artillery  Cadet  School.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Oct.  1916.     Served  in  France  and  in  Ireland. 

HERBERT  GEORGE  BREDE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1919,  practised  at  Ilfracombe.  Served  as  Lieut.,  6th 
(Reserve)  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt  (T.). 


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CHARLES  EDWARD  BREESE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1889.  Member  of  Charles  E.  Breese  &  Co.,  of  Portmadoc 
and  Criccieth.     Served  as  Capt.,  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 

PERCIVAL  JAMES  BRETHERTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Member  of  Bretherton  &  Sons,  of  Gloucester. 
Joined  May  10,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  Dec.  1915  and  reverted  Aug.  1916,  promoted  Lieut,  (full  rank)  July 
1917,  attached  2nd  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  June  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  promoted 
A/Capt.  June  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
Dec.  15,  1916,  and  Aug.  16,  1917. 

WALTER  GUY  NICHOLAS  BRETON. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practised  at  Hanley,  Staffs.,  in  partnership  with 
W.  H.  Breton.  Joined  Sept.  14, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery, 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Adjutant  April  1915,  Capt.  Oct.  1915,  Major 
Nov.  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium.     Killed  at  Ypres  Sept.  14,  1917. 

ALAN  BREWER. 

Articled  to  W.  L.  Oxley,  of  Sheffield.  Served  as  Private,  5th  (ShefiBeld 
City)  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt. 

EDGAR  BEW^ICK  BREWER. 

Articled  to  E.  T.  Gurdon,  of  28  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Enlisted 
Sept.  26, 1914,  as  Private,  7th  Batt.  London  Regiment  (T.F.),  promoted  Lance- 
Sergeant  about  Jan.  1915.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regiment 
May  5,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  Capt.  Nov.  1916,  attached  to  140th 
Trench  Mortar  Battery  May  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  and  commanded  this  Battery 
Nov.  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  gazetted  as  relinquishing  commission  on  account  of 
ill-health  contracted  on  active  service  July  26,  1918.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France  Oct.  1915  to  Dec.  1917. 

ARTHUR  BREWIS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1897.  Member  of  Brewis  &  Sons,  of  St.  Helens,  Lanes. 
Served  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.  (T.),  and  subsequently 
promoted  Major. 

HA  YARD  NOEL  BRIDGWATER. 

Admitted  June  1903,  practising  at  Sheringham  and  Holt,  Norfolk. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  3rd  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  promoted  Major,  Aug. 
1917.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  and 
D.S.O.     Served  in  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine. 

LOUIS  BERNARD  BRIERCLIFFE. 

Admitted  June  1911.  Member  of  Hulton,  Harw'ood  &  Briercliffe,  of 
Bolton.  Joined  Sept.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  East  Lancashire  Brigade,  Royal 
Field  Artillery.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Arras 
March  31,  1917.     Buried  at  Haute  Avesnes,  France. 

JOHN  WILLIAM  BRIGDEN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Of  Ipoh,  Straits  Settlements.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
6th  Batt.  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt. 


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BRIAN  DUDLEY  BRIGG. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914,  practising  at  Harpenden,  Herts.  Joined  Sept.  1914, 
as  Cadet,  University  of  London  O.T.C.,  and  subsequently  Lance-Sergeant. 
Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  Nov.  27,  1914, 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  attached  26th  Divisional  Cyclist  Coy.  July  1915, 
attached  12th  Corps  Cyclist  Batt.  Dec.  1916.  Served  at  Home  Nov.  1914  to 
Sept.  1915,  in  France  Sept.  to  Nov.  1915,  in  Macedonia  Nov.  1915  to  Dec. 
1918,  in  Caucasus  Dec.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

ALBERT  BRIGGS. 

Admitted  March  1,  1915.  Managing  Clerk  with  Roland  W.  Robinson, 
of  Blackpool.  Joined  Jan.  18,  1916,  as  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers,  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  July  1916,  Sergeant  Sept.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Inland  Water  Transport,  Royal  Engineers,  March  10,  1917,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1917,  Capt.  Feb.  1918.  *'  Brought  to  knowledge  of  Secretary  of  State  for 
War  for  valuable  services  rendered."     Awarded  the  O.B.E.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  JAMES  BRIGGS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  Jam^es  Freeman  &  Briggs,  of  Bradford. 
Joined  Sept.  10,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1916.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Aug.  1916  to  March  1919. 

GEORGE  AUGUSTIN  BRIGHOUSE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Of  Ormskirk.  Served  as  Private,  4th  Batt.  King's 
Liverpool  Regt.  Afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  20th  (Service)  Batt.  King's 
Liverpool  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

ROBERT  WALES  BRIGHOUSE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1897.  Member  of  Brighouse,  Jones  &  Co.,  of  Ormskirk. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T). 

ALFRED  STANLEY  BRIGHT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  J.  &  A.  Bright,  of  Nottingham.  Joined 
Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Notts,  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters), 
promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  Capt.  Sept.  1916.  Served  on  the  Western  Front. 
Wounded  May  1915,  Nov.  1915,  and  March  1918.  Taken  prisoner  March  21, 
1918. 

ARCHIBALD  VICCARS  BRIGHT. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Clerk  with  J.  &  A.  Bright,  of  Nottingham.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  12th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
3rd  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  March  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  1916.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.     Killed  in  action  in  Battle  of  Messines  June  7,  1917. 

BASIL  HERBERT  BRIGHT. 

Articled  to  F.  H.  Bright,  of  Maldon,  Essex.  Joined  Feb.  9,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1915, 
transferred  to  command  82nd  Trench  Mortar  Battery  Jan.  1916,  afterwards 
changed  to  144  T.M.B.,  promoted  A/Capt.  June  14,  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Feb.  1915  to  July  1915, 
France  July  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Jan.  1919,  Home  Jan.  1919 
to  Aug.  1919.     W^ounded  slightly  Sept.  3,  1916,  near  Beaumont-Hamel. 


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FREDERICK  GERALD  BRIGHT. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Member  of  F.  H.  Bright  &  Son,  of  Witham  and 
Maldon,  Essex.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Essex  Regt., 
promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Staff-Capt.  161st  Inf.  Brigade  July  1915,  D.A.Q.M.G. 
Kantara  area  E.E.F.  Aug.  1917,  D.A.Q.M.G.  60th  Division  (with  rank  of 
Major)  April  1918  to  March  1919.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  and  the  Order  of  the  Nile  (4th  Class).  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914 
to  July  1915,  Gallipoli  Aug.  1915  to  Dec.  1915,  Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  Jan.  1917, 
Palestine  Jan.  1917  to  March  1919. 

WILLIA3I  ARTHUR  BRIGHT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904,  practising  at  15  George  Street,  Mansion  House,  E.C. 
Enlisted  Jan.  14,  1916,  as  Driver,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Subsequently 
received  commission  and  promotion  to  A/Capt.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 
Served  at  Home. 

EDGAR  WILLIAM  BRIGHTEN. 

Admitted  March  1904.  Member  of  Brown  &  Brighten,  of  4  Mitre  Court, 
E.C.  Served  as  Major,  5th  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Brevet 
Lieut. -Col.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  Order  of  C.M.G.  and 
the  D.S.O. 

GEORGE  STANLEY  BRIGHTEN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Member  of  Brighten  &  Lemon,  of  1  Crutched  Friars, 
London,  E.C,  and  Antwerp.  Enlisted  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Public  Schools 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  The  King's  Liverpool 
Regt.  Nov.  17, 1914,  and  attained  the  rank  of  A/Major  in  that  Regiment,  joined 
the  5th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  March  1917  as  2nd  in  Command  and  sub- 
sequently promoted  to  Lieut. -Col.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  Bar,  Chevalier  de  I'Ordre  de  la  Couronne  (Belgium) 
and  Croix  de  Guerre  (Belgium).  Served  from  May  3,  1915,  to  March  1919  in 
France  and  Belgium. 

FRANK  PUDEY  BRINDLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903,  practising  at  37  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined 
Jan.  18,  1918,  as  Paymaster  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve, 
appointed  Secretary  to  Chief  of  Staff,  Vice-Admiral  North  of  Ireland,  June  1918. 
Served  on  North  Coast  of  Ireland. 

WALTER  DYSON  BRISCOMBE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904,  practising  at  Southport.  Enlisted  Feb.  1917,  as  Private, 
Army  Pay  Corps,  promoted  Corporal  Feb.  1918.     Served  over  2  years  in  France. 

FRANK  BRITCLIFFE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  BritcHffe  &  Son,  of  Accrington.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt  1914,  GallipoU  1915,  Sinai  1916,  France  and 
Belgium  1917  to  1918.     Severely  wounded  Aug.  24, 1918,  at  Miraumont,  France. 

ARNOLD  BRITTAIN. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Medical  Corps  (T.). 


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LEONARD  HALL  BRITTAIN. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Bradford,  of  Rotherham,  Yorkshire.  Enlisted  Feb.  22, 
1917,  as  Trooper,  19th  Hussars,  transferred  to  1/1  Staffordshire  Yeomanry- 
July  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  Egypt. 

WILLL\M  BRITTAIN. 

Admitted  Jan.  1898.  Managing  Clerk  with  Baileys,  Shaw  &  Gillett,  5 
Berners  Street,  W.  Enlisted  Sept.  8,  1918,  as  Driver,  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps.  Subsequently  gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 
Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  ERIC  BROAD. 

Articled  to  T.  H.  Bower,  of  4  Bream's  Buildings,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914, 
as  Private,  28th  Batt.  Coimty  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Hertfordshire  Regt.  Dec.  2, 1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  Served 
in  France  March  to  Oct.  1915,  and  Oct.  1917  to  March  1918.  Killed  in  action 
at  Mont  St.  Quentin,  near  Peronne,  France,  March  23,  1918. 

JOHN  MOXON  BROAD. 

Admitted  April  1911.  Member  of  Broad  &  Son,  of  1  Great  Winchester 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  16, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  60th  London  Divisional  Train, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Capt.  Jan.  1915, 
transferred  to  Infantry  July  1918  and  posted  to  2/19  Batt.  London  Regt., 
retransf erred  to  Royal  Army  Ser\'ice  Corps  Dec.  1918.  Served  in  France 
June  to  Dec.  1916,  Salonica  Jan.  to  June  1917,  Palestine  June  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

CROSSLEY  ST.  JOHN  BROADBENT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907,  practising  at  Darwen.  Served  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt. 
East  Lancashire  Regt.  (T.),  and  afterwards  promoted  Major. 

ROBERT  ALEXANDER  LONGMAN  BROADLEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909,  practising  at  4  Elm  Court,  E.C.  Served  in  France 
with  Red  Cross  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1915.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  Sept.  1915,  promoted  A/Capt.  Oct.  1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

JOSEPH  BROATCH. 

Admitted  March  1884.  Member  of  Broatch  &  Son,  of  Keswick.  Served 
as  Capt.  and  Hon.  Major,  4th  Batt.  Border  Regt.  (T.). 

EDWARD  HOWARD  BROCKLEHURST. 

Admitted  Feb.  1903.  Member  of  Blunt  &  Brocklehurst,  of  Macclesfield. 
EnHsted  March  7,  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles),  transferred  as  Private  to  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  April  1916. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  May  1916,  promoted  Lieut. 
Nov.  1917,  A/Capt.  May  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

THOMAS  POWNALL  BROCKLEHURST. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Bell,  Brodrick  &  Gray,  of 
Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  16,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Queen's  Royal 
West  Surrey  Regt.  May  1915,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1915.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  July  1,  1916,  at  Mametz,  Battle  of  Somme. 


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RALPH  ZOUCH  BROCKMAN. 

Admitted  July  1913,  practised  at  Folkestone.  Joined  Jan  25,  1916,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Horse  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery 
June  20,  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  1916  and  1917.  Killed 
at  Messines,  Belgium,  Sept.  29,  1917. 

RANDOLPH  CHARLES  ZOUCH  DRAKE  BROCKMAN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910,  practising  at  Folkestone.  Joined  the  105th  Fusihers 
(Saskatoon)  as  Private.  Provisional  Lieut.  105th  Fusiliers  Aug.  1915,  Lieut. 
107th  Batt.  Canadian  Pioneers  Dec.  1915,  transferred  as  Lieut,  to  Lord 
Strathcona's  Horse  (R.C.)  May  1918  in  France.     Served  in  Canada  and  France. 

ALEXANDER  BRODIE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1900.  Member  of  Budd,  Brodie  &  Hart,  of  3.S  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's 
Westminster  Rifles)  and  afterwards  promoted  Lieut. 

EDWARD  BRODRICK. 

Admitted  May  1914,  practised  at  Blackburn.     Served  as  Lieut.,  13th  Batt. 

Manchester  Regt. 

OLIVER  BROGDEN. 

Admitted  July  1904,  practising  at  Leigh,  Lancashire.  Joined  Nov.  3, 
1916,  as  Private,  Cheshire  Regt.  Served  15  months  on  East  Coast,  15  months 
in  Palestine  and  Salonica. 

WaLLIAM  FREDERICK  BROGDEN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Brogden  &  Son,  of  Lincoln.  Served 
as  Lieut.,  11th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt. 

JOHN  NEVILLE  BROMET. 

Articled  to  G.  A.  Bromet,  of  Tadcaster.  Joined  Sept.  6,  1914,  as  Private, 
Middlesex  Battalion  Public  School  and  University  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Oct.  17,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1915.  Served 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Gouzeaucourt,  near  Cambrai,  Nov.  30,  1917. 

ARTHUR  STANLEY  BROOKES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  Bristol.  Joined  April  10,  1915,  as 
Lieut,  and  Quartermaster,  2/3  South  Midland  Field  Ambulance  61st  Division. 
Served  in  France  May  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 

JOHN  CHARLES  BROOKHOUSE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901,  practising  at  8  &  9  Queen  Street,  Cheapside,  E.C. 
Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Embarked  for 
Salonica  on  staff  of  61st  Heavy  Artillery  Group  Aug.  1916,  promoted  Lieut. 
Nov.  1916,  Staff-Lieut.  1st  Class  Headquarters  Heavy  Artillery  21st  Corps 
Dec.  1917,  promoted  Capt.  April  1918,  posted  to  422nd  Siege  Battery 
Aug.  1918,  promoted  A/Major  Dec.  1918.  Served  at  Salonica  Aug.  1916 
to  Sept.  1917,  Palestine  Sept.  1917  to  Dec.  1918,  Egvpt.  Dec.  1918  to  Feb. 
1919. 

FRANK  SMITH  BROOKS. 

Articled  to  A.  P.  Brooks,  of  Southport.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  20th  Batt, 
Manchester  Regt.     Killed  in  action  in  France  July  1,  1916. 


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HENRY  JAMES  BROOKS. 

Articled  to  C.  S.  Preston,  of  35  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Served  as 
Sergeant,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Afterwards  gazetted  to  the  Manchester  Regt., 
and  attained  the  rank  of  Major.     Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  the  M.C. 

RICHARD  BASIL  DIGBY  BROOKS. 

Articled  to  Richard  Brooks,  of  24  Lawrence  Lane,  Cheapside,  E.C.  Joined 
Sept.  1914  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2/7  Batt.  Middlesex 
Regt.,  appointed  Staff-Capt.  R.T.O.  Headquarters  of  Administrative  Services 
Department  General  List  Dec.  1917. 

JOHN  WILLIAM  FRANK  BROOM. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Member  of  Steel  &  Broom,  of  Cheltenham.  En- 
listed June  11,  1917,  as  Private,  Worcestershire  Regt.,  transferred  to  639th 
Home  Service  Employment  Coy.  Labour  Batt.,  subsequently  transferred  to 
Reserve  for  service  as  an  Official,  Ministry  National  Service.  Served  at 
Home. 

GEOFFREY  BROOME. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904.  Of  36  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt. 

MALAJVI  (MAX)  BROTHERS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Member  of  Malam  Brothers  &  Son,  of  Blackburn. 
Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/4  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.,  and  attained 
the  rank  of  Capt.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Givenchy  May  28, 
1917. 

ARNOLD  LESLIE  THACKHALL  BROWETT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Member  of  Browetts,  of  Coventry.  Rejoined 
Aug.  1914  the  7th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  with  the  rank  of  Capt. 
Went  to  France  May  1916.     Killed  in  trenches  at  Neuve  Chapelle  July  5,  1916. 

ALFRED  WILLIAMSON  BROWN. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Read,  of  Liverpool.  Enlisted  Jan.  25,  1916,  as  Private, 
28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut. 
9th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  July  10,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1917. 
Served  at  Home  Jan.  to  Oct.  1916,  in  France  Oct.  1916  to  Feb.  1918,  at 
Home  Feb.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.     Wounded  at  Ypres  June  16,  1917. 

ARTHUR  CASSELS  BROWN. 

Articled  to  H.  E.  Bury,  of  47  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Enlisted  Nov.  5, 
1914,  as  Private,  14th  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish),  promoted  Lance- 
Corporal  April  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Cameron  Highlanders 
(T.F.)  July  2,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  reverted  to  2nd  Lieut,  on 
being  seconded  for  duty  with  Machine  Gun  Corps  Aug.  1916,  promoted  Lieut. 
Feb.  1917,  appointed  Assistant  Adjutant  Headquarters  Training  Group  B 
Machine  Gun  Training  Centre  Jan.  1918.  Served  in  France  Oct.  1916  to 
April  1917.     Wounded  at  Cherisy  April  26,  1917. 

CHARLES  BROWN. 

Admitted  July  1902.  Managing  Clerk  with  Balderston  &  Warrens, 
32  Bedford  Row,  W.C,  and  Baldock,  Herts.     Enlisted  Dec.  1914,  as  Gunner, 


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2/A  Battery  Hon.  Artillery  Company.     Commissioned  in  Labour  Corps  Jan. 
1918  as  2nd  Lieut,  and  posted  to  99th  Labour  Company.     Served  in  France 
June  1917  to  June  1919. 
CHARLES  ANTHONY  BROWN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900,  practising  at  57  Gracechurch  Street,  London,  E.C. 
Joined  Jan.  1917,  as  Cadet,  Garrison  Officers'  Cadet  Batt.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
3rd  Garrison  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  March  1917,  transferred  2nd  Garrison 
Batt.  June  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.     Served  in  Egypt. 
COLIN  EDWIN  BROWN. 

Admitted  April  1901.  Member  of  Colin  Brown,  Wilkinson  &  Wharton, 
of  Whitby  and  Scarborough.  Enlisted  Dec.  13,  1915,  as  Gunner,  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Bombardier  about  Dec.  1917.     Served  in  France. 

EDWARD  FREDERICK  MONTAGU  BROWN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Member  of  Henry  Vickers,  Son  &  Brown,  of  Sheffield. 
Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Universities  and  Public  Schools  Batt.  18th 
Royal  Fusiliers,  afterwards  Sergeant  in  same  Regt.  Subsequently  2nd  Lieut, 
and  Lieut,  in  1st  Batt.  Hertfordshire  Regt.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  Jan  8, 
1918. 
ERNEST  VICTOR  BROWN. 

Admitted  Jan.  1903.  Member  of  Goodall,  Brown  &  Willatt,  of  Nottingham. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

EVERARD  KENNETH  BROWN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1903.  Member  of  Kenneth  Brown,  Baker,  Baker  &  Co., 
of  Lennox  House,  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  16,  1917,  as 
Temp.  2nd  Lieut.,  Special  List,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1917,  Intelli- 
gence Officer  Northern  Command  Sept.  1917  to  Feb.  1919,  Temp.  Capt. 
July  1918,  Staff-Lieut.  I  (B)  Northern  Command  Nov.  1917  to  July  1918, 
Staff-Capt.  for  Defence  of  the  Realm  Regulations  Northern  Command  July 
1918  to  Feb.  1919.    Awarded  the  M.B.E.  (Military  Division).    Served  at  Home. 

FRANCIS  JOHN  BROWN. 

Articled  to  Cecil  Crust,  of  Spalding.  Served  as  a  Private  in  Lewis  Machine 
Gun  Section  Middlesex  Regt.     Killed  in  action  in  France  on  Aug.  26,  1916. 

FREDERIC  HOLIFIELD  BROWN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Penman  &  Brown,  of  19  Holborn  Viaduct, 
E.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Served  in 
France.     Wounded  severely  Feb.  1915.     Died  of  influenza  Nov.  26,  1918. 

FREDERICK  WILLIAM  GRAY  BROWN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1910,  practised  at  22  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  18th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Irish  Rifles). 

GEORGE  WILLIAM  FREDERICK  BROWN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1890,  practising  at  Barnstaple.  Served  as  Major,  6th  Batt. 
Devonshire  Regt. 

HAROLD  GEORGE  BROWN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1900.  Member  of  Linklater  &  Brown,  of  2  Bond  Court, 
E.C.     Served  as  Chief  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 


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HENRY  FORESTER  BROWN. 

Articled  to  G.  F.  S.  Brown,  of  Worcester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps,  and  afterwards  promoted  Lieut. 

HENRY  OSWALD  BRO\VN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practising  at  Doncaster.  Joined  Jan.  18,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  (T.F.),  promoted 
Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  Capt.  June  1917.  Served  at  Home  Jan.  1915  to  Dec.  1916, 
France  Dec.  1916  to  Dec.  1917,  Home  Dec.  1917  to  Feb.  1919.  Wounded  May 
1917  Croisilles-Bullecourt,  and  Nov.  27,  1917,  Bourlon  (Cambrai). 

HENRY  FINDER  BROA\^. 

Admitted  Jan.  1898,  practising  at  240  High  Holborn,  W.C.  MobiHsed 
Aug.  1914,  as  Batt.  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  Jan.  1915,  promoted  Lieut. 
April  1915,  and  Capt.  July  1916,  seconded  for  duty  on  Staff  R.T.E.  in  Sept. 
1916.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  at  Home  till  April  1915,  France  April  to 
June  1915,  Home  June  1915  to  June  1916,  France  and  Belgium  June  1916  to 
April  1919. 

JOHN  HOPE  BROWT^. 

Admitted  Aug.  1896.  Member  of  Brown,  Auld  &  Brown,  of  Whitehaven. 
Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Major,  5th  Batt.  Border  Regt.     Served  at  Home. 

MAURICE  BLUMFIELD  BRO^\^N■. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Godwin  &  Son,  63  W^ool  Ex- 
change, Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery 
Company  (Infantry).  Obtained  commission  in  Hon.  Artillery  Company  June 
1915,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home,  in 
France,  and  in  Italy.     Wounded  Nov.  1914. 

PHILIP  JOHNSON  BROWN. 

Articled  to  H.  P.  Addleshaw,  of  Manchester.  Served  as  Corporal,  Army- 
Pay  Corps. 

RONALD  STEW^ART  BROWT^. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898.  Member  of  Colling  Robinson,  Driffield,  Cleyton  & 
Stewart  Brown,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  April  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/1  Duke  of 
Lancaster's  Own  Yeomanry,  promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant  Nov.  1916. 

STANLEY  GORDON  BRO\^^. 

Articled  to  John  Errington,  of  Carlisle.  Joined  Feb.  1915,  as  Seaman, 
Royal  Naval  Division.  Served  at  Gallipoli.  Killed  1915,  shortly  after  the 
expedition  landed. 

WILLIAM  BROW^. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909,  practised  at  Sunderland.  Enlisted  Sept.  2, 1914,  as 
Private,  Durham  Light  Infantry.  Served  in  France.  Reported  missing  May 
26,  1915. 

WILLIAM  CUTHBERT  BRO\A^. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Of  the  Port  of  London  Authority.  Served  in  the 
Hon.  Artillery   Company.     Afterwards  obtained  commission  in  the  Durham 


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Lif^ht  Infantry,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.      Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

Awarded  the  M.C. 

WILLIAM  HELMSLEY  BROWN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Member  of  Royds,  Rawstorne  &  Co.,  of  46  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.     Served  as  Assistant  Paymaster,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 

WILLIAM  LEONARD  BROWN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1915.  Of  Buxton.  Joined  Jan.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th 
Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  and  subsequently  appointed 
Brigade  Intelligence  Officer.     Killed  in  action  in  France  Sept.  25,  1915. 

WILLIAM  LINFORD  BROWN. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  Exeter.  Enlisted  March  30,  1916, 
as  Private,  Worcestershire  Regt.     Served  in  France.     Wounded. 

WILLIAM  STANLEY  ALSTON  BROWN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  W.  H.  Brown  &  Son,  of  Bristol.  En- 
listed June  14,  1916,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Corporal  Aug.  1916,  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  5,  1917,  1st  Lieut.  July 
1918,  Capt.  Dec.  1918,  and  appointed  a  Courts-Martial  Officer.  Served  in 
France. 

JOHN  EDWARD  BROWN-HTOIES. 

Admitted  April  1909.  Member  of  Douglas  &  Humes,  of  Bishop  Auckland. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  (Pioneers). 

ARTHUR  NORMAN  BROWNE. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Browne,  of  Warrington.  Served  as  Private,  5th  City 
of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade). 

CHARLES  HOW^E  BROWNE. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  Pratt,  of  142  Holborn  Bars,  London,  E.C.  1.  Enlisted 
June  1916,  as  Gunner,  Devonshire  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Devonshire  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.)  June  1,  1917,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

HAROLD  ST.  JOHN  BRO^\^E. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  ]\|^mber  of  Browne  &  Wells,  of  Northampton. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Northamptonshire  Regt.,  promoted 
A/Major  March  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C,  T.D.,  and  the  Order  of  the  Nile. 
Served  at  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine. 

CLIFFORD  BRUMFITT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907,  practising  at  Morley,  near  Leeds.  Enlisted  Sept. 
6,  1916,  as  Gunner  and  Signaller,  Royal  Field  Artillery  Served  with  Salonica 
Forces  in  Macedonia. 

GEORGE  RICHARD  BRUMFITT. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  Barnsley.  Enlisted  Nov.  13,  1916, 
as  Private,  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  transferred  to  Army  Pay  Corps  Jan.  1917, 
promoted  Corporal  Nov.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

GEORGE  KINGSTON  HALL  BRUTTON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1891.     Of  Hong  Kong.     Served  as  Major,  Labour  Corps. 


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HENRY  LIONEL  BRUTTON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Reid,  Sharman,  White  &  Brutton,  of 
52  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  20,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Queen's  Own 
Worcestershire  Hussars,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  Feb.  1915  to  Sept.  1917,  transferred 
as  Capt.  to  2/8  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  April  1918.  Served  in  France 
April  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

WILLIAM  GLYNES  BRUTY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1896.  Member  of  Duffield,  Bruty  &  Co.,  18  Broad  Street 
Avenue,  E.C.,  and  Waltham  Abbey.  Joined  Jan.  15,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Special  Supply  Coy.,  24tli  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.,  Lieut.  June  1915 
Royal  Defence  Corps,  transferred  to  General  List  of  Regular  Army  1917, 
appointed  Assistant  Provost  Marshal  at  Headquarters  Eastern  Command 
March  1917  to  March  1919,  rank  Capt.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.B.E.  (Military  Division).     Served  at  Home. 

FREDERICK  STAWELL  BRYAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Member  of  Bryan  &  Bryan,  of  Hindley.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

GUY  WILLOUGHBY  STAWELL  BRYAN. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  W.  Holt,  of  12  Great  Marlborough  Street,  W.  Enlisted 
Sept.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  19th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  13th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  March  12, 1915,  promoted  Lieut.  10th  Batt. 
Hampshire  Regt.  July  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
Italian  Silver  Medal  for  Valour.     Served  in  Macedonia. 

GUY  WYNDHAM  BRYAN. 

Admitted  April  1901.  Of  14  Old  Jewry  Chambers,  E.C.  Served  as 
Bombardier,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

HENRY  NORIMAN  BEECHER  BRYANT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909.  Member  of  Beecher,  Bryant  &  Co.,  of  17  Grace- 
church  Street,  E.C.  Enlisted  April  10,  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery,  appointed  Bombadier  June  1919.  Served  in  India  Sept.  1917  to 
Nov.  1919,  N.W.  Frontier  3rd  Afghan  War  May  to  Sept.  1919. 

SYDNEY  BRYANT. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Member  of  Bryant,  of  Pontypridd.  Joined  Nov. 
1915,  as  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers.  Served  at  Home,  in  France,  and  in 
Italy. 

CHARLES  JOHN  BRYDEN. 

Admitted  Sept.  1899.  Member  of  Keene,  Marsland,  Bryden  &  Besant, 
of  15  Seething  Lane,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Sergeant,  14th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish).  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Sept  22, 
1915  (London  Scottish),  promoted  Lieut.  March  1917.  Served  in  France 
Sept.  1914  to  Feb.  1919. 

PATRICK  BRYDONE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1902,  practising  at  Tonbridge.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 


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EDWARD  ALAN  BRYNING. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910,  practising  at  Preston.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Field  Artillery,  afterwards  promoted  Lieut,  and  attached  to  Royal  Engineers 
(Signal  Service).     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

WILLIAM  ERNEST  MARSHALL  BUCHANAN. 

Admitted  June  1894.  Temporary  Clerk  with  Public  Trustee,  Kingsway. 
Enlisted  Sept.  5,  1915,  as  Private  (Driver),  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 
Served  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  May  1918,  Ireland  Sept.  to  Dec.  1918.  In- 
valided from  France  May  1918.     Discharged  unfit  Dublin  1918. 

ALEXANDER  BUCHANNAN. 

Admitted  June  1901,  practised  at  Thirsk.  Joined  May  17,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  April  1916. 
Attached  to  16th  Batt.  on  going  to  France  with  the  rank  of  2nd  Lieut.  Served 
in  France  from  Jan.  to  July  1917.  Killed  in  action  near  Arras  July  21, 
1917. 

GEORGE  HERBERT  BUCHANNAN. 

Admitted  May  1900.  Member  of  Forsdike,  Buchannan  &  Giles,  of  Cardiff. 
Joined  Dec.  30,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  subsequently  promoted  to  Capt. 

WILLIAM  DOVER  WAY  BUCKELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Buckell  &  Drew,  of  Newport 
and  Ventnor,  Isle  of  Wight.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Corporal,  Royal  Engineers, 
discharged  July  1,  1915  (medically  unlit  on  account  of  injuries  received  while 
on  Active  Service  in  France).  Rejoined  Sept.  1916,  as  Cadet,  Machine  Gun 
Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps  Jan.  1917,  promoted  Lieut. 
July  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in 
France  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  and  April  1917  to  May  1918.  Injured  in  France 
Jan.  1,  1915,  wounded  March  22,  1918. 

EDMUND  CECIL  GLADSTONE  BUCKLEY. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Whitley  &  Co.,  of  Liverpool. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  (Rifle)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt., 
promoted  Capt.  March  1915.  Served  in  Belgium  and  France.  Killed  in 
action  near  Guillemont,  Aug.  5,  1916.     Buried  at  Carnoy. 

GILBERT  BUCKLEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1899,  practising  at  Manchester.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps,  attached  52nd  Brigade  Headquarters,  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery. 

JOSEPH  MICHAEL  BUCKLEY. 

Articled  to  Hutchison  &  Cuff,  of  6  Stone  Buildings,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade  Sept.  1915,  and  sub- 
sequently promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium.  Wounded  on  the  Somme  in  Aug.  1916.  Killed  at  Passchendaele 
Dec.  22,  1917. 


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JAiVIES  DOUGLAS  BUCKTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1884.  Of  Warrington.  Joined  Nov.  23,  1914,  as  Major 
and  Hon.  Lieut. -Col.,  No.  2  Supernumerary  Coy.,  5th  Batt.  Gloucester- 
shire Regt.     Served  in  England. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  BUCKWELL. 

Admitted  June  1906,  practising  at  Brighton  and  Battle.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  Engineers  (T.),  promoted  Major  Feb.  1915.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Suffered  from  shell-shock 
April  15,  1918. 

THOMAS  LAURENCE  BUDD. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  F.  A.  Sarjeant,  of  Reading, 
Berks.  Joined  Wessex  Signal  Coy.,  Royal  Engineers  (T.F.)  Sept.  2,  1914, 
promoted  Corporal  Nov.  1914,  27th  Div.  Signal  Coy.,  Sergeant  1917,  58th 
Div.  Signal  Coy.     Served  in  France. 

FREDERIC  VINCENT  BUDDEN. 

Admitted  April  1908,  practising  at  Dover.  Joined  Aug.  20,  1914,  3rd 
Home  Counties  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  afterwards  called  222nd 
Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  A/Capt.  April  1917  (Substantive 
Capt.  Nov.  1918),  A/Major  Oct.  1918,  relinquished  Acting  rank  Sept.  1919. 
Served  in  India  Oct.  1914  to  May  1916,  Mesopotamia  May  1916  to  April  1919, 
India  and  Afghan  Campaign  April  to  Aug.  1919. 

LIONEL  BUDDEN. 

Articled  to  M.  J.  Raymond,  of  Wimborne.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Medical  Corps. 

WILLIAM  HATTON  BUDGE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907,  practising  at  Poole,  Dorset.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Capt.,  Dorset  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Major  1917.  Once 
mentioned  m  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home  Coast  Defence. 

JAMES  ROSTRON  BUGLER. 

Articled  to  R.  W.  Bugler,  of  Haslingden,  Lanes.  Joined  as  Private, 
East  Lancashire  Regt.,  and  promoted  to  Corporal.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
3rd  Batt.  Dorset  Regt.,  attached  to  3/3  Gurkha  Rifles,  E.E.F.  Served  in 
Palestine  and  Egypt. 

REGINALD  BULGIN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Of  Brixham.  Served  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County 
of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Fusiliers  and  attached  23rd  Batt.  London  Regt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

ROLAND  JOHN  HOWARD  BULL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Bull  &  Bull,  3  Stone  Buildings,  Lincoln's 
Inn,  W.C,  and  Hammersmith,  W.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  16th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminsters)  Aug.  24,  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 
April  1915,  Capt.  May.  1917,  seconded  Signal  Service  with  the  8th  Heavy 
Artillery  Group.  Served  at  Home  and  in  Flanders  and  France.  Killed 
accidentally  July  13,  1917,  at  Canada  Farm,  Elverdinghe,  N.W.  of  Ypres. 


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REGINALD  BULLIN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  as  Edmonds  &  Bullin,  at  Portsmouth. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  6th  Duke  of  Connaught's  Own  Hampshire 
Regt.,  promoted  Temp.  Major  July  1915,  Major  (Substantive  rank)  June  1916, 
seconded  to  2/6  Hampshire  Regt.  as  Adjutant  from  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1915, 
seconded  to  84th  Provisional  Batt.  (Hampshire  Regt.)  as  Adjutant  from 
Feb.  to  July  1915,  Second  in  Command  of  17th  Hampshire  Regt.  from 
July  1915  to  Feb.  1919,  President  of  numerous  District  Courts-Martial  and 
also  Judge-Advocate  at  various  General  Courts-Martial  during  the  War,  and 
for  a  time  acted  as  legal  adviser  to  Brigade  Headquarters.  "  Name  brought 
to  the  notice  of  Secretary  of  State  for  War  for  valuable  services  in  connection 
with  the  War."     Awarded  the  T.D.     Served  at  Home. 

JAMES  HOWEL  BULLOCH. 

Admitted  April  1901.  Member  of  Slibbard,  Gibson  &  Co.,  and  Thomas 
Cooper  &  Co.,  of  21  Leadenhall  Street,  London,  E.C.  Joined  April  1917,  as 
Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  in  the  North  Sea.  Special 
service  in  connection  with  Scandinavian  Convoys. 

HENRY  ACTON  LINTON  BULLOCK. 

Admitted  May  1910.  Member  of  Goate  &  Bullock,  of  Coventry. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  Killed  in 
action  1916. 

LANCELOT  CLAUDE  BULLOCK. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903.  Member  of  Wadeson  &  Malleson,  and  Markby, 
Stewart  &  Co.,  of  7  Devonshire  Square,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  15,  1916,  as  Cadet. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Dec.  11,  1916,  Staff-Lieut.  June 
1918,  Staff-Capt.  Aug.  1918.     Served  in  France. 

ERNEST  BULLOUGH. 

Admitted  Aug.  1910.  Member  of  Wilson  &  Bullough,  of  Wigan.  Com- 
missioned Feb.  28, 1915,  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  14th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted 
Capt.  March  1916,  subsequently  went  overseas  (France)  to  20th  Manchesters 
and  invalided  with  Trench  Fever.  After  discharged  from  Hospital  served  on 
Irish  Command  Discharge  Centre,  Dublin,  until  Jan.  1919.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  France. 

JAMES  BULLPITT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905,  practising  at  Upper  Norwood.  Joined  Aug.  5,  1914, 
as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  transferred  to 
Machine  Gun  Corps,  and  commissioned  in  Oct.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  March 
1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France 
Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1919. 

CHARLES  GILBERT  BUNTING. 

Admitted  June  1911,  practising  at  West  Hartlepool.  Enlisted  March  29, 
1916,  as  Gunner,  Roval  Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Bombardier  Sept. 
1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.)  April  30,  1917,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Sept.  1918.     Served  on  Coast  Defence. 


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EDWARD  D'ARCY  BURBIDGE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1897.  IMcmber  of  Burbidge  &  Trestrail,  of  Bristol.  Mobilised 
Aug.  5,  1914,  and  served  as  Capt.,  Royal  Horse  and  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.). 
Served  in  France  JNIarch  1915,  Italy  Nov.  1917,  returned  to  England  Jan.  1919. 

JOHN  DENIS  BURCH. 

Articled  to  J.  R.  Lloyd,  of  Bristol.  Served  as  Trooper,  3rd  Batt.  North 
Somerset  Yeomanry. 

JAMES  MELVILL  BURCHELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911,  practised  at  5  The  Sanctuary,  Westminster.  Served 
as  Private,  23rd  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  Afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
9th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen  Victoria's  Rifles),  promoted  Lieut, 
and  appointed  Staff-Capt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  O.B.E. 

LESLIE  CORBET  BURCHER. 

Articled  to  F.  E.  Burcher,  of  Kidderminster.  Joined  March  25,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Worcestershire  Regt.,  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps.  Dec.  1915., 
Certificated  Pilot  June  3,  1916,  Lieut.  Oct.  1916,  Capt.  March  1918,  transferred 
to  Royal  Air  Force  as  Capt.  April  1, 1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

GEOFFREY  ERIC  BURDEKIN. 

Articled  to  B.  T.  Burdekin,  of  Sheffield.  Received  commission  as  2nd  Lieut. 
Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  Aug.  1914,  and  subsequently 
attached  to  1st  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Killed 
at  Beuvry  Jan.  26,  1915. 

EDWARD  PRIESTLEY  BURDETT. 

Articled  to  R.  G.  Layton,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt. 
South  Lancashire  Regt.,  and  afterwards  promoted  Lieut.  Also  held  commission 
in  Royal  Air  Force. 

THOMAS  GEORGE  DEANE  BURDETT. 

Articled  to  W.  Hughes  Jones,  of  Aberystwyth,  and  afterwards  Managing 
Clerk  with  Smith  Davies  &  Co.,  Aberystwyth.  Joined  Sept.  2, 1914,  as  Lieut., 
7th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers.,  promoted  Capt.  May  1916.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine 
from  Sept.  1915  to  Nov.  1917.     Killed  in  action  in  Palestine  Nov.  6,  1917. 

WILLIAM  EDWARD  PARRY  PURGES. 

Admitted  April  1884.  Member  of  Burges  &  Sloan,  of  Bristol.  Served  as 
Colonel  commanding  Bristol  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt. 

ROBERT  EDWARD  BURGESS. 

Articled  to  L.  W.  Taylor,  1  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914, 
Capt.  Oct.  1918.     Served  in  France. 

EDWARD  LESLIE  BURGIN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Denton  Hall  &  Burgin,  of  3  Gray's  Inn 
Place,  W.C,  and  Paris.  Joined  June  28, 1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Direct  commission  as  2nd  Lieut,  to  General  List,  attached  Intelligence  Corps, 
Nov.  30,  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  Croce  di  Guerra 
(Italian).     Served  at  Home  and  subsequently  in  Italy. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  77 


HAROLD  CHARLES  BURGIN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Of  3  Gray's  Inn  Place,  London  W.C.  Gazetted 
Lieut.  11th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  Aug.  31,  1914,  promoted  Capt. 
and  Adjutant  May  1915,  Staff-Lieut.  (1st  Class)  June  1918  Headquarters, 
Aldershot  Command,  Aldershot.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France.     Suffered  from  shell-shock. 

FREDERIC  BURGIS. 

Admitted  July  1906.  Member  of  Walter  Burgis  &  Co.,  of  31  Bridge  Row, 
London,  E.C.  Joined  July  19,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
May  1, 1918,  as  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry.     Served  at  Home. 

GEORGE  BERNARD  BURKE. 

Articled  to  James  Ball,  of  10  Gray's  Inn  Place,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.    Enlisted 
Dec.  4,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal    Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  transferred  to 
Royal  Flying  Corps,  as  2nd  Air  Mechanic,  March  1917.     Served  at  Home,  in 
France,  and  in  Italy. 
ROLAND  CLIVE  WALLACE  BURN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  Burn  &  Berridge,  of  11  Old  Broad  Street, 
E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Sussex  Yeomanry,  attaining  the  rank  of  Capt.,  and 
as  Major  Cavalry  Machine  Gun  Corps. 

EDWARD  CHRISTIAN  BURNELL. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Scorah,  of  Sheffield.  Enlisted  Aug.  1,  1916,  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Served  in  Mesopotamia  Aug.  17  to 
Aug.  28,  1917,  and  in  India  Aug.  1917  to  July  1919. 

LEIGH  MATHIESON  BURNETT. 

Articled  to  P.  M.  Randall,  of  Southampton.  Joined  Sept.  20,  1916,  as 
Private,  Labour  Corps. 

EDWARD  ALFRED  BURNIE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  59  &  60  Gracechurch  Street,  London, 
E.C.  Enlisted  May  31,  1917,  as  Driver,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  62nd  Divisional  Train,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  July  29, 

1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.     Served  in  France  Aug.  1917  to  December 

1918,  and  in  Germany  Dec.  1918  to  April  1919. 

SIDNEY  JOHNSTONE  BURNIE. 

Admitted  April  1905,  practising  at  Nottingham.  Served  as  Lance- 
Corporal,  Royal  Engineers  (Signals). 

CLIFFORD  JOHN  FREDERICK  BURR. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Light  &  Fulton,  of  1  Laurence 
Pountney  Hill,  E.C.  Mobilised  at  outbreak  of  War,  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Royal 
West  Kent  Regt.,  and  sent  to  India.     Died  at  Jhansi,  India,  on  May  6,  1915. 

SEPTIMUS  HENRY  BURRA. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913.     Of  2  Raymond  Buildings,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.     Served 
as  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.). 
CHARLES  HEARN  OSCAR  DUDLEY  BURRELL. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  Davies,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Aug.  15, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
8rd  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.,  transferred  to  1st  Batt.  June  1915,  promoted 


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Lieut.  Sept.  1916,  Adjutant  Sept.  1916,  A/Capt.  Feb.  1917.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded 
Dec.  1917 ;    gassed. 

JOHN  STAIMP  GARTHORNE  BURRELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Potts,  Potts  &  Gardner,  of 
Chester.  Joined  Universities  and  Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  Sept. 
1914.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  The  Cheshire  Regt.  Oct.  10,  1914, 
attached  to  the  Staff  of  55th  Infantry  Brigade  June  and  July  1915,  embarked 
with  his  Regt.  for  Gallipoli  July  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Suvla  Bay,  Gallipoli, 
Aug.  9,  1915. 

RAYMOND  FRANCIS  TOPHAM  BURRELL. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  Burrell,  of  66  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Inns 
of  Court  O.T.C.  Aug.  4,  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Queen's  Own  Royal  West 
Kent  Regt.  Nov.  4,  1914.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
at  Loos  Sept.  26,  1915. 

WILLIAM  TEMPLE  BURRIDGE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904,  practised  at  Wellington,  Somerset.  Served  as  Capt., 
5th.  (Reserve)  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  (T). 

HAROLD  RUTHVEN  BURRILL. 

Articled  to  Charles  Scriven,  of  Leeds.  Joined  Oct.  19,  1914,  as  Temp. 
2nd  Lieut.,  12th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Temp.  Capt.  March  1915,  appointed  Brigade  Machine  Gun 
Officer  93rd  Infantry  Brigade  April  1915,  transferred  to  General  List  June  1915, 
transferred  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  July  1916,  Temp.  Major  July  1916,  appointed 
Divisional  Machine  Gun  Officer  28th  Division  Feb.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Oct.  1914  to  Nov.  1915,  Aug.  1917  to  Jan.  1918, 
in  France  Nov.  and  Dec.  1915,  April  1916  to  July  1917,  Egypt  Jan.  to  March 
1916,  Salonica  Feb.  to  Nov.  1918,  Turkey  Dec.  1918  to  March  1919. 

HUMPHREY  SANDFORD  BURRINGTON. 

Admitted  June  1911,  practised  at  Bridgwater  and  Burnham.  Served  as 
Private,  6th  (Service)  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry.  Afterwards  obtained 
commission  in  Somerset  Light  Infantry  and  promoted  Lieut. 

BENJAMIN  PALMER  BURROUGHS. 

Admitted  July  1893,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Joined  March  30,  1915,  as 
Major,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  Staff-Capt.  June  1916  3rd  Army  Railheads. 
Served  in  France. 

ARTHUR  CECIL  BURROWS. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Jelf,  of  12  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Temp.  Capt. 
Awarded  the  M.C. 

JOHN  BURROWS. 

Admitted  April  1915.  Member  of  Davies  &  Burrows,  of  Leeds.  Joined 
July  1st,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut,  in  1916  whilst  instructing  in  Machine  Gun  work  ;  on  return  from 
France  was  Courts-Martial  Officer  to  West  Reserve  Brigade  (T.F.).      Served 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  79 

in  France  1916.      Wounded  on  Somme  on  Sept.  3  at  Thiepval,  and  evacuated 
for  gas  poisoning. 

HOWARD  FRANCIS  BURT. 

Admitted  April  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  W.  Bishop,  Solicitor  to  L. 
and  S.W.  Railway  Company,  Waterloo  Station,  S.E.  Joined  Sept.  23,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  Capt. 
Dec.  1915,  A/Major  Jan.  1917,  Temp.  Major  April  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  continuously  in  France,  Belgium,  and 
Germany  from  Nov.  1914  to  March  1919. 

WALTER  GEORGE  BURT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Of  Barnsley.  Served  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County 
of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.,  14th  Batt. 
York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 

CECIL  BURTON. 

Articled  to  Arthur  E.  Burton,  of  10  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  22,  1914,  as  Lance-Corporal,  22nd  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 
Gazetted  Nov.  15,  1917,  2nd  Lieut.  20th  Divisional  Signal  Company,  Royal 
Engineers,  i/c  59th  Infantry  Brigade  Signals.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home,  and  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 
Wounded  Nov.  13,  1916,  at  Beaumont  Hamel. 

CHARLES  ERNEST  BURTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Member  of  Becke,  Green  &  Stops,  of  Northampton. 
Joined  June  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd 
Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  (T.F.)  Dec.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917, 
A/Capt.  and  Adjutant  attached  24th  Denbighshire  Yeomanry  Batt.  Royal 
Welch  FusiHers  Aug.  1918.  Served  in  France  May  1916  to  March  1917, 
May  to  Oct.  1918,  at  Home  March  to  Oct.  1917,  in  Palestine  Oct.  1917  to  May 
1918. 

EDMUND  GERALD  BURTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Burton  &  Snell,  of  Daventry.  Served 
with  the  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

GUY  PRITCHARD  BURTON. 

Articled  to  N.  T.  Davidson,  of  10  &  11  Lime  Street,  E.C.  Joined  May  10, 
1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1916. 
Served  at  Gallipoli  June  to  Nov.  1915,  at  Home  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1917,  in 
France  and  with  the  Army  of  the  Rhine  Feb.  1917  to  Sept.  1919. 

RICHARD  AMERY  BURTON. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Poole,  of  Widnes.  Joined  Aug.  25,  1914,  as  Private,  10th 
(Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Rifle  Brigade  May  1917, 
promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  July  15, 1916,  Somme 
(Pozieres),  and  Nov.  1917  at  Cambrai,  1st  Battle. 

EDMOND  WILLIAM  BURY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  H.  E.  &  W.  Bury,  of  47  Lincoln's  Inn 
Fields,  W.C.     Joined  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  (Service)  Batt.  King's  Royal 


80  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

Rifle  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  and  afterwards  to  Capt.  Served  in 
France.     Killed  in  action  at  Lavcntie  Dec.  5,  1915. 

HAROLD  STERNDALE  ENTWISLE  BURY. 

Articled  to  H.  E.  Bury,  of  47  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Aug. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Grenadier  Guards.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
at  Guinchy,  Jan.  26,  1915. 

HUGH  BURY. 

Admitted  April  1911,  practised  at  Barnsley,  Yorks.  Joined  Aug.  1914, 
as  Private,  2nd  King  Edward's  Horse.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Sussex  Regt. 
Oct.  1914,  promoted  Capt,  March  1915.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  Sept.  27, 
and  Oct.  1,  1915.     Taken  prisoner  Oct.  3,  1915. 

THOiNL^S  OSWELL  BURY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904.  Member  of  Bury  &  Bury,  of  Wrexham.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  (T.F.),  promoted  Major 
June  1916,  Lieut. -Col.  March  1918,  attached  1/24  Batt.  London  Regt.  April 

1917  to  March  1918,  commanded  1/20  Batt.  London  Regt.  July  and  Aug.  1918. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  3  years — remainder  of 
time  in  England. 

GRAHAM  SHURMUR  BUSH. 

Articled  to  A.  W.  Taylor,  of  Bristol.  Joined  Sept.  29,  1914,  as  Corporal 
Dispatch  Rider,  Royal  Engineers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Somerset  Light 
Infantry  April  7,  1915,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  Sept.  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force  Dec.  1916.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  May  1916. 

HERBERT  FULFORD  BUSH. 

Articled  to  C.  S.  Tomlinson,  of  50  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  11,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Capt.  Feb.  1915, 
Major  June  1916,  S.S.O.  25th  Division,  D.A.D.S.  2nd  Army.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Awarded  D.S.O.     Served  in  France  1916  to  1918,  and  at  Cologne 

1918  and  1919. 

HORACE  BUSHELL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913,  practised  at  York.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as  Private, 
21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Received  commission  in  Machine  Gun  Corps  Sept. 
1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1917,  and  Capt.  March  1918.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  near  Cherisy,  Sept.  6,  1918. 

FRANK  HOWARD  BUTCHER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Slaughter  &  May,  of  18  Austin 
Friars,  E.C.     Joined  Jan.  16,  1917,  as  Ordinary  Seaman,  Royal  Navy. 

OSBORNE  ARTHUR  BUTCHER. 

Admitted  April  1904,  practising  at  30  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Gazetted 
Flight  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  May  17,  1915,  promoted  Fhght 
Lieut.  Oct.  1916,  A/Flight  Commander  Aug,  1917,  Flight  Commander  (con- 
firmed) Dec.  1917,  transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force  as  Capt.  April  1918,  A/Lieut.- 
Col.  May  1918.  Awarded  the  D.S.C.  Served  at  the  Dardanelles  May  1915 
to  April  1916,  with  the  Grand  Fleet  July  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  and  in  the 
Mediterranean  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  81 

ROBERT  WHITTAKER  BUTCHER. 

Admitted  June  1909.  Member  of  Butcher  &  Barlow,  of  Manchester. 
Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Lancashire  FusiHcrs,  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
at  Gallipoli.     Wounded  June  4,  1915. 

ALEC  WILLIAM  BUTLER. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Butler,  of  Horsham.  Joined  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Nov.  25,  1914,  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Royal 
Sussex  Regt.,  seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  May  1916,  promoted  Lieut. 
(T.F.)  June  1916,  Capt.  (T.F.)  June  1917.  Served  at  Heme  Oct.  1914  to 
July  1915,  Gallipoli  July  to  Dec.  1915,  Egypt  and  Palestine  Dec.  1915  to 
Jan.  1919. 

CLIFFORD  HICKS  BUTLER. 

Admitted  June  1908.  Assistant  Clerk  of  Peace,  Cambridge  County. 
Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  University  and  Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Black  Watch  Aug.  1915.  Served 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Battle  of  Arras  April  23,  1917. 

FRANCIS  NOEL  BUTLER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1899.  Member  of  Wilkinson  &  Butler,  of  St.  Neots, 
Hunts.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut. -Col.,  5th  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

ERNEST  THOMAS  BUTLIN. 

Admitted  May  1905,  practising  at  Manchester.  Joined  Aug.  21,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  afterwards  attached  to  2nd  Batt. 
Monmouthshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  Sept.  1918.  Served 
at  Home  Aug.  1915  to  Oct.  1916,  in  France  Oct.  1916  to  Oct.  1918. 

JOHN  ALEC  STEUART  BUTT. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  M.  Taylor,  of  4  Trafalgar  Square,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  28, 
1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  7th  (Service) 
Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

THOMAS  GEORGE  CECIL  BUTT. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Brandon,  of  Manchester.  Served  as  Private,  Duke 
of  Lancaster's  Imperial  Yeomanry. 

FRANCIS  SAM  BUTTER. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  Shrewsbury.  Joined  Aug.  16,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec,  1915,  Capt. 
Sept.  1916.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  (Military  Di\dsion).  Served  in  Egypt, 
Cyprus,  and  Palestine. 

HAROLD  BUTTERLEY. 

Articled  to  J.  Hewitt,  of  Barnsley.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Barnsley  (Service) 
Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt. 

JOHN  FREDERICK  BUTTLE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  William  Buttle,  of  15  Basing- 
hall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  11,  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C, 
promoted  Lance-Corporal  about  Jan.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 


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THOMAS  KERSHAW  BUXTON. 

Articled  to  James  Chapman,  of  Manchester.  Jomed  May  21,  1917,  as 
Private,  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire  Regt.,  appointed  Lance-Corporal  Dec.  1917, 
promoted  Corporal  Feb.  1918  in  the  4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  "  The  King's  "  (Shrop- 
shire Light  Infantry).     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  BYERS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905.  Member  of  Steel,  IMaitland  &  Byers,  of  Sunderland. 
Served  as  Private,  2nd  (Public  Schools)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

JOHN  ROBSON  BYERS. 

Articled  to  G.  Norman  Barker,  of  Ilkeston,  Notts.  Joined  Jan.  20,  1915, 
as  Cadet.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Notts  &  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood 
Foresters)  May  7,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  July  1,  1916. 

EDMUND  JAMES  WIDDRINGTON  BYRNE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1903,  practised  at  7  Lothbury,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  4, 
1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Lieut.  South  Wales  Borderers 
(S.R)  Sept.  23,  1914,  promoted  Capt.  May  1915.  Served  in  France  Dec.  1914 
(wounded),  Dardanelles  Aug.  1915,  Egypt  Jan.  1916,  France  March  1916. 
Killed  in  action  at  Albert,  France,  April  29,  1916. 

FRANCIS  BERNARD  BYRNE. 

Articled  to  W.  B.  Thursfield,  of  Birmingham.  Served  as  Private,  2nd 
City  of  Birmingham  Batt.,  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  16th  (Service) 
Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 

LOUIS  FREDERICK  BYRNE. 

Articled  to  E.  B.  Lisle,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Northumberland  Fusiliers  Nov.  13,  1914.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  in  Somme  battle  July  1,  1916. 

CYRIL  WEST  BYWATERS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Julius  H.  White,  of  40/44 
Holborn  Viaduct.  Enlisted  March  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Horse  Artillery. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Oct.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1919. 
Served  in  France. 


HENRY  WILLIAM  CADBURY-BROWN. 

Admitted  July  1906.  Of  Sarratt,  Herts.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps,  and  subsequently  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

ALFRED  ARMSTRONG  CADDICK. 

Admitted  .Tuly  1 894.  Member  of  Caddick  &  Walker,  of  West  Bromwich 
and  Birmingham.  Served  as  Major,  8th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  (T.). 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Trained  in  England  from  Aug.  1,  1914,  went 
to  France  in  spring  of  1915,  and  remained  until  killed  in  action  at  the  Battle  of 
the  Somme  July  1,  1916. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  83 

REGINALD  HARRY  CADE. 

Articled  to  J.  Ogden  Hardicker,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusihers,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Major. 
Served  in  Egypt,  GaUipoh,  and  in  France.  Twice  wounded.  Killed  in  action 
Oct.  1918. 

JOHN  ARCHIBALD  CAHILL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Member  of  Williams  &  James,  of  Norfolk  House, 
Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  Feb.  14, 
1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  and  Capt.  Feb.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders.  Wounded  at 
Neuve  Chapelle  in  1915  and  on  the  Somme  in  July  1916.  Killed  in  action  at 
Zonnebeke,  near  Ypres,  Aug.  16,  1917. 

HERBERT  PORRITT  CAIN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903,  practised  at  Ramsbotham.  Joined  Oct.  10,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Jan. 
1915,  Permanent  Lieut.  Aug.  1917,  Temp.  Capt.  May  1915,  Permanent  Capt. 
Sept.  1917.     Served  at  Home  1914,  1915,  and  1916,  and  in  France  1917,  1918. 

HARRY  CALDECUTT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Sedgley,  Caldecutt  &  Co., 
of  Kiiutsford,  Cheshire.  Mobilised,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Aug.  1914. 
Served  in  France  Feb.  to  Sept.  1915  and  March  1916  to  July  1918. 

JOHN  LINDOW  CALDERWOOD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Townsend,  Wood  &  Calderwood,  of 
Swindon.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  15th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  and  attained 
the  rank  of  Capt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

JOHN  CALLAWAY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1885,  practising  at  W^estbury,  Wilts.  Joined  Sept.  1914, 
as  Capt.,  2/4  Batt.  Wiltshire  Regt.,  went  to  India  Dec.  1914,  and  in  March  1918 
appointed  A.D.J.A.G.  Southern  Command,  Poona,  India.  Served  in  India 
practically  all  the  time. 

LAURENCE  FREDERICK  CALLINGHAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practising  at  1  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C. 
Enlisted  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
{Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  April  1915  (in  France).  Obtained 
commission  as  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Division  May  1915,  attached  to  Hood 
Batt.  (Gallipoli  and  France),  transferred  to  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve, 
Sea  Service,  March  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  1917.  Served  in  France  and 
Belgium  Nov.  1914  to  May  1915,  Gallipoli  and  JEgean  Isles  Oct.  1915  to 
May  1916,  France  May  1916  to  Nov.  1916,  Sea  Service  March  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 
Wounded  at  capture  of  Beaucourt  by  the  Royal  Naval  Division  Nov.  13,  1916. 

CHARLES  VvILLIAM  CALLIS. 

Admitted  July  1883.  Member  of  Callis  &  Woosnam,  of  Blackpool.  Served 
as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  (National  Reserve). 


84  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

JOHN  ALBERT  FREDERICK  CALLIS. 

Articled  to  C.  W.  Callis,  of  Blackpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt, 
Manchester  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

GEORGE  BLAYLOCK  CALVERT. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Member  of  Trevor  C.  Griffiths  &  Co.,  of  Blackwood, 
Mon.  Joined  Dec.  1916,  as  Paymaster  Sub. -Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve,  H.M.S.  Pembroke,  served  on  H.M.S.  Aciaeon  Jan.  1917  to  May  1919. 
Served  at  Home  (Harbour  Service). 

JOSEPH  HARRISON  CALVERT. 

Articled  to  T.  Lamb,  of  22  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined  April  1916,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F. ).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery 
(S.R.)  Jan.  13,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  13,  1918.  Once  mentioned  in 
I3ispatches.    Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France. 

REGINALD  CULLEN  CALVERT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Member  of  Calvert  &  Son,  of  Leeds.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  (Leeds  Rifles),  and 
subsequently  promoted  Capt.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  in  1915,  and 
invalided  home.  Rejoined  his  Unit,  and  subsequently  wounded  in  July  1916, 
Died  in  Casualty  Clearing  Station  July  15,  1916. 

ALEXANDER  BOSWELL  CAMPBELL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1901,  practised  at  Hastings.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt., 
Sussex  Yeomanry,  attached  as  Lieut.  Royal  Sussex  Pioneer  Batt.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France.  Died  of  wounds  received  in  action  in  France  Sept.  13,. 
1917. 

COLIN  CAMPBELL. 

Articled  to  Peregrine  Thomas,  Tow^n  Clerk  of  Burnley.  Joined  Sept.  28^ 
1915,  as  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers.     Served  in  German  East  Africa. 

GEORGE  LESLIE  CAMPBELL. 

Admitted  Aug.  1906.  Member  of  Caporn  &  Campbell,  of  St.  Bride's  House, 
Salisbury  Square,  E.C.  Served  as  Quartermaster- Sergeant,  330th  Road 
Construction  Coy.,  Royal  Engineers. 

GEORGE  RUPERT  ALLAWAY  CAMPBELL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906,  practised  at  10  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  22nd  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.,  subsequently  invalided  out  of  the 
Army. 

WILLIAM  EDWARD  HARRISON  CAMPBELL. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Morton,  of  Sunderland.  Joined  May  15,  1915,  as  Cadet, 
Durham  University  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3/1  West  Riding  Brigade, 
Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  Aug.  17,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.  Served 
at  Home,  France  and  Belgium  Feb.  to  May  1917  and  Sept.  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy 
Nov.  1917  to  Nov.  1918.     Wounded  at  Ziilebeke,  Belgium,  April  26,  1917. 

WILLIAM  THOMAS  CAMPBELL-JONES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  Haverfordwest.  Served  as  Major,  4th 
Batt.  Welch  Regt. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  85 

HERBERT  WILTON  CAMPION. 

Articled  to  H.  G.  Campion,  of  5  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.G.  Joined 
July  13, 1914,  as  Midshipman,  London  Division  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve, 
promoted  Sub. -Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Flight  Sub. -Lieut.  Sept,  1915,  Flight  Lieut. 
April  1917,  Capt.  April  1918.  Served  in  Belgium  1914,  France  1915,  Coastal 
Patrol  (Pilot  flying)  1916  to  1918,  France  and  Belgium  1918  and  1919, 
Taken  prisoner  on  Oct.  9  and  12,  1914. 

WALTER  HOWARD  CANDLER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1991,  practising  at  Bognor.  Joined  Jan.  29,  1915,  as 
Private,  11th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal,  Dec.  1915. 
Served  in  France  March  1916  to  Jan.  1917  and  Aug.  1917  to  April  1918. 
Wounded  March  30,  1918. 

FRANK  CUTHBERT  CANE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1917.  Clerk  with  Henry  Cane,  of  Brighton.  Joined 
Sept.  25,  1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  transferred  to  Army  Pay  Corps 
Dec.  1917,  promoted  Corporal  Oct.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

WILLIAM  JOHN  CANTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909,  practising  at  Dowlais.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut., 
South  Wales  Borderers  (T.F.),  Capt.  and  Adjutant  from  Nov.  1914  to  end  of 
War.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home,  and  in  France  and 
Germany. 

ERNEST  AMPHLETT  CAPEL. 

Admitted  May  1898.  Member  of  Lambe,  Carless  &  Capel,  of  Hereford. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted 
Major  June  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  T.D.  Served  at  Home  1914, 
Gallipoli  1915,  Egypt  and  Palestine  1916,  1917,  1918.  Wounded  in  Suvla 
Bay  landing  Aug.  9,  1915. 

GEOFFREY  NOEL  CAPNER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906.  Managing  Clerk  with  Slater  &  Co.,  of  Darlaston. 
Joined  Aug.  6, 1915,  as  2ad  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  May  1917.     Served  in  France  1916,  1917,  1918. 

EDWARD  ORFORD  CAPON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1897.  Member  of  Capon  &  Elliott  Smith,  of  29  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.     Served  as  Lieut.,  73rd  Protection  Coy.,  Royal  Defence  Corps. 

JOHN  VICTOR  CARD. 

Admitted  Aug.  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Wm.  G.  Card,  of  11  Milk 
Street  Buildings,  Cheapside,  E.G.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Grenadier 
Guards.  Subsequently  commissioned  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  in  East 
Surrey  Regt.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France,  Salonica,  East  Africa, 
and  Russia.     Killed  in  action  near  Archangel  March  25,  1919. 

D'ARCY  GARDEN. 

Articled  to  Herbert  Garden,  of  Brighton.  Joined  Dec.  1914,  as  Lieut., 
2nd  Home  Counties  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  to  Capt.  Jan.  1916 
and  Major  Nov.  1918.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  April  1917,  Palestine  April 
1917  to  May  1918,  France  May  to  Dec.  1918. 


86  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

PHILIP  SIDNEY  CARDEN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  Cardens,  of  Brighton.  Mobilised  Aug.  4^ 
1914,  as  Sergeant,  Sussex  Yeomanry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  (T.F.)  Sept.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Capt.  Aug.  1915"!  Twice 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France  from  Dec.  1914  to  Feb.  1919. 

CECIL  DACRE  CARDER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906.  Member  of  Carder  &  Carder,  of  Dover.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  1st  Kent  Batter}^  Royal  Field  Artillery  (3rd  Home  Counties 
Brigade).  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  India  1914,  Mesopotamia 
1916  to  1919. 

HENRY  CARDWELL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1914.  Solicitor  with  Tatham,  Worthington  &  Co.,  of 
Manchester.  Joined  Aug.  1915,  as  Cadet,  Manchester  University  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  Oct.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 
Wounded  at  Arras  May  3,  1917.  Discharged  on  account  of  wounds  received 
on  active  service  Feb.  1918. 

ARCHIBALD  LINDSAY  CARELESS. 

Admitted  July  1896.  Member  of  E.  P.  &  A.  L.  Careless,  of  Llandrindod 
Wells.     Served  as  Major,  Brecknockshire  Batt.  South  Wales  Borderers  (T.). 

NIGEL  EDWARD  CAREY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1902,  practising  at  5  Verulam  Buildings,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Corporal,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
The  Rifle  Brigade  Sept.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915,  Served  in  France 
and  at  Home. 

WILFRID  TOWT^SHEND  CARLESS. 

Admitted  March  1897.  Member  of  Lambe,  Carless  &  Son,  of  Hereford. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire  Regt.  Served  at  Home 
and  at  Gallipoli.  Present  at  Suvla  Bay  landing  Aug.  1915.  Missing  in  Gallipoli 
as  from  Aug.  12, 1915,  subsequently  presumed  by  War  Office  to  have  been  killed 
on  that  day. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  CARLILE. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Atkinson,  of  Folkestone.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  18th  Batt.  Notts  &  Derby  Regt. 
(Sherwood  Foresters),  promoted  Capt.  7th  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.,  attached 
to  7th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.,  appointed  A/Staff-Capt.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Somme  (Cambrai  Wood).  Died 
from  effects  Dec.  25,  1919. 

WILLIAM  HOOTON  CARLILE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Frank  Allen,  of  Doncaster. 
Joined  May  21,  1917,  as  Private,  Roj'al  Army  Veterinary  Corps,  promoted 
Corporal.     Served  at  Home. 

HENRY  BARRY  CARLISLE. 

Articled  to  E.  J.  Carlisle,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Oct.  6, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
2/6  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusihers,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1916,  Capt.  June  1916, 
Major  Sept.  1918.     Seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  March  1916.     Served  at 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  87 

Home  Oct.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  Gallipoli  Aug.  to  Dec.  1915,  Egypt  Dec.  1915 
to  Feb.  1917,  France  Feb.  1917  to  June  1918,  Home  June  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

THOMAS  TONKIN  CARLYON. 

Articled  to  E.  L.  Carlyon,  of  Truro.  Joined  Sept.  4,  1916,  as  Private, 
1/7  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Cornwall  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  (T.)  Dec.  24, 1917.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  June  28, 1918. 

PHILIP  WILLIAM  POOLE  CARLYON-BRITTON. 

Admitted  March  1886.  Member  of  Upton,  Britton  &  Lumb,  of  43  Bedford 
Square,  W.C.  Gazetted  Dec.  9, 1914,  as  Major,  14th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt., 
second  in  command  of  12th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Granted  honorary 
rank  of  Major  in  the  Army  Sept.  1918.  Served  at  Home  (with  occasional 
visits  to  France)  from  Dec.  1914  to  April  1916,  and  in  Belgium  and  France  from 
April  1916  to  Sept.  1918. 

RAYMOND  CARLYON  CARLYON-BRITTON. 

Articled  to  Mellor  Lumb,  of  43  Bedford  Square,  W.C.  1.  Director  of 
Motor  Department  of  the  British  Committee  of  the  French  Red  Cross  1915  to 
Aug.  1918,  Sub. -Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (Hydrophone  Service) 
Aug.  1918  until  Nov.  18,  1918,  Mine-sweeping  in  Black  Sea,  Nov.  18  to  Dec. 
12,  1918,  attached  to  Staff  of  Admiral  the  Hon.  Sir  Arthur  Somerset  Gough- 
Calthorpe,  K.C.B.,  K.C.M.G.,  &c.,  British  High  Commissioner,  Constantinople, 
and  lent  to  Foreign  Office  for  such  service,  Dec.  12,  1918,  to  April  1919. 
King's  Messenger  from  Constantinople  to  Paris  Conference  and  Foreign 
Office,  London,  April  1919. 

WILLIAM  EDWIN  BLAKE  CARN. 

Articled  to  W.  G.  Carn,  of  Kingston-on-Thames.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Trooper,  1st  County  of  London  Yeomanry  (Middlesex  Hussars).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  10th  (Scottish)  T.F.  (Res.)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  March  21, 
1917,  A/Capt.  May  to  Sept.  1918  whilst  Assistant  Commandant  to  Western 
Command  Anti-Gas  School,  Substantive  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served  at  Home, 
Egypt,  Gallipoli,  Dublin,  France,  and  Belgiiuii. 

THOMAS  MANSEL  NICHOL  CARNE. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Botsford,  of  Cardiff.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  16th  (Cardiff 
City)  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt. 

WILLIAM  BIRCH  CARNLEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Member  of  Culross  &  Co.,  of  13  Old  Cavendish 
Street,  W.  Joined  Feb.  14,  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Department  July  18,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct. 
1916,  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  Jan.  1917,  Capt.  July  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  ERNEST  CARPENTER. 

Articled  to  T.  A.  Needham,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Nov.  15,  1916,  as 
Private,  in  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  on  the  Adjutant-General's  Branch  of 
the  Staff  at  General  Headquarters  France  and  Italy,  promoted  A/Sergcant 
July  1918,  and  Probationer  for  commission  in  the  Army  Pay  Department 
up  to  date  of  Armistice.  Served  at  Home  Nov.  to  Dec.  1916,  France  Dec. 
1916  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1918. 


88  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

FRED  HAROLD  CARPENTER. 

Admitted  May  1916,  practising  at  Brighton.  Joined  July  17,  1916,  as 
Private,  1/6  Batt.  Roj'^al  Sussex  Rcgt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  (Reserve) 
Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  March  1,  1917,  Adjutant  Brigade  Signal  School, 
Southborough,  Aug.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1,  1918.  Served  in  France. 
Gassed  Oct.  1918,  and  invalided  Home. 

JAMES  SIDNEY  CARPENTER. 

Admitted  July  1899,  practising  at  Bath.  Joined  1916  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served  at  Home, 
Southern  and  Eastern  Commands. 

GEORGE  ARTHUR  BUXTON  CARR. 

Admitted  Aug.  1889.  Member  of  C.  R.  Randall  &  Son,  of  4  Copthall 
Buildings,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Major,  1/24  Batt.  London  Regt. 
(The  Queen's),  promoted  to  Substantive  Lieut. -Col.  in  same  Regt.  May  1916. 
Placed  on  Territorial  Force  Reserve  Sept.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  D.S.O.  and  T.D.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915,  France 
March  1915  to  July  1917,  Home  July  1917  to  Sept.  1918.  Slightly  wounded 
Dec.  24,  1916. 

HERBERT  GEORGE  CARR  CARR-ELLISON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899.  Member  of  Leadbitter  &  Harvey,  of  Newcastle- 
upon-TjTie.  Joined  Aug.  4, 1914,  as  Capt.,  Northumberland  Hussars  Yeomanry, 
attached  21st  (E.  of  I.)  Lancers  March  1917  to  Oct.  1919,  Staff-Capt.  North- 
West  Frontier  Force  Headquarters  May  to  Sept.  1919.  Served  at  Home 
Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1917,  India  Jan.  1917  to  Nov.  1919,  Afghan  Frontier  May 
to  Sept.  1919. 

HAROLD  CARRINGTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Member  of  Carrington  &  Leonard,  of  Barnsley. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry. 

JOHN  CARRINGTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1883.  Member  of  Carrington  &  Leonard,  of  Barnsley. 
Joined  Sept.  5,  1916,  as  Major,  Royal  Engineers.  Served  as  Major  and  O.C. 
228th  Field  Coy.  Royal  Engineers. 

ROBERT  CARRUTHERS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1881,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Lieut. -Col., 
Recruiting  Staff  8th  Regimental  District. 

THOMAS  WRIGHT  CARSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907,  practised  at  Llanelly.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt. 
Duke  of  Wellington's  Own  West  Riding  Regt.  shortly  after  the  outbreak  of 
the  War.  Reported  missing  on  Dec  27,  1915,  and  official  news  of  his  death  was 
received  from  Germany. 

CHARLES  COPLESTONE  CARTER. 

Articled  to  Grylls  &  Cowland,  of  Launceston.  Served  as  Private,  2nd 
PubUc  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  89 

HARRY  OSBORNE  CARTER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practising  at  16  Victoria  Street,  Westminster,  S.W. 
Joined  Feb.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  1918. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  Gibraltar,  Egypt,  and  England. 

HUBERT  CARTER. 

Admitted  Feb,  1909,  practising  at  Bath.  Served  as  Lieut.,  8th  Batt. 
Somerset  Light  Infantry. 

ISIDORE  ONSLOW  GOODRICHE  CARTER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Of  28  Cathcart  Hill,  N.  19.  Served  as  Pay  Sub- 
Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  on  H.M.S.  Iron  Duke. 

JOHN  FREDERICK  HEATHCOTE  CARTER. 

Admitted  March  1908.  Member  of  Frank  Simmonds  «fe  Carters,  of  Broad 
Street  House,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  29,  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court,  O.T.C. 
Subsequently  gazetted  Lieut.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry. 

ROBERT  CHARLES  HEATHCOTE  CARTER. 

Admitted  March  1908.  Member  of  Frank  Simmonds  &  Carters,  of  Broad 
Street  House,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light 
Infantry. 

RONALD  NORMAN  CARTER. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Carter,  of  61  Carey  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
April  7,  1915,  as  Cadet,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt. 
Dorset  Regt.  July  28,  1915,  transferred  to  the  Royal  Flying  Corps  June  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  Served  in  France.  Shot  down  and  taken  prisoner 
while  flying  on  Sept.  20,  1916,  in  France.  Repatriated  from  Germany  on 
Dec.  18,  1918. 

THOMAS  HEALEY  HUNTON  CARTER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903,  practising  at  Newhaven  &  Seaford.  Joined  Nov.  16, 
1914,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  A/Major 
Aug.  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.     Invalided  owing  to  illness  in  Oct.  1916. 

DAVID  JAMES  CARTWRIGHT. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Piercey,  of  Huddersfield.  Joined  April  11,  1916, 
as  Private,  3rd  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt.,  transferred  to  Home  Service 
Employment  Coy.  during  early  part  of  1917  on  account  of  Medical  Disability, 
and  promoted  Corporal.     Served  at  Home. 

FREDERICK  HAWKSLEY  TALBOT  CARTWRIGHT. 

Admitted  March  1903.  Assistant  Solicitor  to  the  County  Council  of  the 
West  Riding  of  Yorkshire,  County  Hall,  Wakefield.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  1/4  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Capt.  1914, 
Major  1918.  Served  in  France  1915  and  1917,  during  which  time  he  was  twice 
invalided  home. 

HENRY  JOSEPH  CARTWRIGHT. 

Articled  to  A.  H.  Bikker,  of  3  New  Court,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
10th  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt. 


90  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

HUBERT  SCOTT  CARTWRIGHT. 

Admitted  June  1901.  Member  of  Roy  &  Cartwright,  of  4  Brick  Court, 
Temple,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (London  Scottish),  promoted  Temp.  Major  Oct.  1915,  Major  (Substantive) 
May  1916.  Awarded  T.D.  and  Croix  de  Guerre  (French).  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium  Sept.  to  Dec.  1914,  France  June  to  Nov.  1916,  Salonica  Nov.  to 
Dec.  1916.     Wounded  at  Givenchy  Dec.  23,  1914. 

VINCENT  HENRY  CARTWRIGHT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Member  of  Freeth,  Rawson  &  Cartwright,  of 
Nottingham.  Joined  Sept.  20,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Marine  Artillery, 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  July  1915,  Major  June  1917.  Twice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  French  Croix  de  Guerre.  Served 
in  France. 
ROBERT  JOHNSTON  CARUTHERS-LITTLE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1910.  Member  of  Edward  Palling  Little,  of  Stroud,  Glos. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Major  June 
1916,  4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  Nov.  1916  to  March  1917,  1st 
Garrison  Batt.  Northamptonshire  Regt.  May  to  Nov.  1917,  1/4  Northampton 
Regt.  Nov.  1917  to  July  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at 
Home  Aug.  1914  to  Mar.  1915,  France  Mar.  1915  to  July  1916,  Home  July  1916 
to  Mar.  1917,  Egypt  April  to  Nov.  1917,  Palestine  and  Egypt  Nov.  1917  to 
July  1919.     Wounded  July  23,  1916.     Torpedoed  Arcadian  April  1917. 

ALFRED  CEDRIC  CARVER. 

Articled  to  R.  A.  Wright,  of  Manchester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  14th  Batt. 
Cheshire  Regt. 

FRANK  TOIM  CARVER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1899.  Member  of  David  Allen  &  Carver,  of  Hereford, 
MobiUsed  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire  Regt.  (T.F.), 
promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant  Sept.  1914,  appointed  Major  on  Headquarters 
Staff  of  the  Western  Command  Depot,  Heaton  Park,  June  1916,  appointed  to 
Headquarters  Staff  of  Navy  and  Army  Canteen  Board  May  1917,  appointed 
D.A.Q.M.G.  Headquarters,  Western  Command,  Chester,  from  May  1918  to 
Jan.  1920,  with  rank  of  Major.  Injured  through  a  horse  accident  while  training 
in  Aug.  1915  and  found  unfit  for  General  Service. 

GILBERT  SQUAREY  CARVER. 

Admitted  April  1903.     Of  Singapore.     Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  14th  Batt. 
Cheshire  Regt. 
WALTER  LIONEL  CARVER. 

Admitted  July  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Baker  &  Lillington,  of  Weston- 
super-Mare.  Joined  Aug.  28,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire 
Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  Oct.  1915.  Served  at  Suvla  Bay 
Aug.  to  Nov.  1915,  and  with  Egyptian  E.F.  1916  and  1917.  Killed  in 
action  at  Khuweilyeh  Nov.  6,  1917. 

LAUNCELOT  SULYARDE  ROBERT  CARY. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Sloan,  of  Bristol.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Devonshire  Regt» 
Killed  in  action  July  20,  1916. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  91 

DONALD  ALBERT  STEVENSON  CASH. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  Cash,  of  Derby.  Joined  April  10,  1916,  as  Private,  4th 
Batt.  Royal  Scottish  Fusiliers,  promoted  Corporal  Feb.  1917.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  June  26,  1918. 
Served  in  France  1917. 

CHARLES  PARKINSON  CASS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  Keighley,  Yorks.     Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Major,  6th  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt.     Demobilised  Nov.  15, 1918,  to  be  loaned 
to  Ministry  of  National  Service.     Awarded  the  T.D.     Served  in  France  and 
at  Home. 
DEMETRIUS  JOHN  CASSAVETTI. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  Orr  Dignam  &  Co.,  of  Finsburj^  House, 
Blomfield  Street,  E.C.  Joined  July  1,  1917,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  General  List, 
promoted  Lieut.  R.T.D.  Mediterranean  Lines  of  Communication  Staff  July 
1917.     Served  in  France  and  Mediterranean  Lines  of  Communication. 

CHARLES  ERNEST  CASTELLAN. 

Admitted  April  1900.  Member  of  Hennen,  Edgelow  &  Castellan,  of 
Quality  Court,  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as  Major,  2nd  East  Anglian 
Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

LEON  BENHAM  CASTELLO. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Member  of  Bull  &  Bull,  of  3  Stone  Buildings, 
Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  May  3, 1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Irish 
Rifles,  seconded  Machine  Gun  Corps  Nov.  1915,  seconded  Intelligence  Corps 
June  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  Legion  of  Honour 
and  Croix  de  Guerre.     Served  in  France. 

BASIL  LANGFORD  HARVE  CASTLE. 

Articled  to  J.  Ballard  of  Bournemouth.  Served  with  the  Royal  Flying 
Corps.  Afterwards  obtained  commission  in  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  and 
attained  the  rank  of  Lieut. 

CLALDE  MONTAGU  CASTLE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1903,  practising  at  4  Bishopsgate,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  23, 
1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  Irish  Rifles  (Ulster  Division).     Awarded  the  M.C. 

GODFREY  ERNEST  CASTLE 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  Whitley  &  Co.,  of  Liverpool.  Served 
as  Lieut.,  3rd  West  Lancashire  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  and  attained 
the  rank  of  Capt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded  the  M.C. 

TREVOR  CASTLE. 

Admitted  July  1903,  practising  at  79  Lombard  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Capt.,  6th  (Reserve)  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  CASTLE. 

Admitted  May  1903,  practising  at  44  Pembroke  Road,  Kensington,  W. 
Joined  Sept.  2, 1914,  as  Private,  19th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  May  18,  1915,  transferred  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  Sept.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1919.  Served  in  Greek 
Macedonia  and  Serbia  Jan.  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 


92  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

THOMAS  HILL  CASWELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hunt  &  Hunt,  of  14  Old 
Jewry  Chambers,  Cheapside,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  11,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  in  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1915.  Served  in  France  March 
1915  to  Nov.  1918.     Invalided  home  in  Nov.  1918  suffering  from  rheumatism. 

HAROLD  AR]\L\ND  CATEAUX. 

Admitted  March  1906,  practised  at  Riclimond,  Surrey.  Served  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Medical  Corps. 

WALTER  NOEL  CATLOW. 

Articled  to  B.  W.  Edwards,  of  Leicester.  Joined  Oct.  10, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
46th  (N.M.)  Divisional  Train  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.F.),  promoted 
A /Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  confirmed  in  rank  June  1916,  seconded  to  London  Regt. 
March  1918,  attached  8th  (Reserve)  London  Regt.  Jan.  to  May  1918, 
attached  1/21  London  Regt.  (1st  Surrey  Rifles)  May  1918,  promoted  A/Capt. 
and  Adjutant  Sept.  1918  to  June  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France  Feb.  1915  to  Nov.  1917  and  May  1918  to  May  1919. 

CHARLES  BURNEY  CATNACH. 

Articled  to  A.  L.  Bird,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  May  6,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers  (T.F.),  transferred  to  Royal 
Flying  Corps  July  1916,  gazetted  a  Flying  Officer  (Observer)  Jan.  1917, 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1917,  gazetted  Flying  Officer  (Pilot)  Dec.  1917.  Served 
various  periods  at  Home,  in  France  Sept.  1916  to  April  1917,  in  Salonica 
Jan.  1918  to  March  1919. 

GLANVILL  RICHARD  CATTARNS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  Cattarns  &  Cattarns,  of  Leadenhall 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut,  and  Capt.  1915,  A/Major  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Gallipoli  and  Mesopotamia.  Killed  in  action 
Feb.  12,   1917. 

EUSTACE  SHIPSTONE  CATTLE. 

Articled  to  Frederic  Cattle,  of  Ilkeston.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  1915.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Reported  missing,  believed  killed,  near  Thiepval 
July  7,  1916. 

CHARLES  STEWART  CAUTHERLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Managing  Clerk  with  Druces  &  Attlee,  of  10  Billiter 
Square,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  and 
attained  the  rank  of  Company  Sergeant-Major.  Subsequently  gazetted  Lieut. 
Hertfordshire  Regt.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders  Sept.  1914  to  Oct.  1915 
and  April  1916  to  April  1918.  Suffered  from  shell  shock  Sept.  1916. 
Killed  in  action  at  Voormezeele,  near  Kemmel,  April  26,  1918. 

STEPHEN  AYLWIN  CAVE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904,  practising  at  Wellington  College,  Berks.  Joined 
July  11,  1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.,  transferred  to  Army  Pay 
Corps  Sept.  1917.     Discharged  April  4,  1918.     Served  at  Home. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  93 

WILLIAM  THOMAS  CHARLES  CAVE. 

Admitted  Dec,  1907.  Member  of  E.  F.  Turner  &  Sons,  of  115  Leadenhall 
Street,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  and  attained  the 
rank  of  Capt. 

NORMAN  CAYLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899.  Managing  Clerk  with  Waterhouse  &  Co.,  of  10/12 
Bishopsgate,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery, 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  Sept.  1917  to  April  1918,  with  24th  Heavy 
Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Dec.  1915,  with  the  Field  Survey  Company 
(Observation  Branch)  in  command  of  an  Observation  Group  July  1916  to 
April  1918,  A.D.C.  to  G.O.C.  29th  Division  April  1918  to  March  1919.  Seivcd  in 
Belgium,  France,  and  Germany  Dec.  1915  to  March  1919. 

CHARLES  ROBERT  CHADWICK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Arnold  Chadwick,  Fooks  &  Co.,  of  60 
Carey  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  18th  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers  (1st  Public  School  Batt.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt. 
The  Queen's  Own  (Royal  West  Kent)  Regt.  May  9,  1915,  promoted  Lieut. 
July  1917.     Served  with  Mesopotamian  Expeditionary  Force. 

HAROLD  CHADWICK. 

Articled  to  William  Johnston,  of  Stockport.  Joined  Dec.  12,  1914,  as 
Private,  6th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt,,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Regimental 
Quartermaster-Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Durham  Light  Infantry  Oct.  30, 
1917,  and  posted  to  19th  Batt.  Jan.  1918,  appointed  Batt.  Education  Officer 
Nov.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Dec.  1914  to  Jan.  1918  and 
in  Belgium  and  France  Jan.  1918  to  Feb.  1919.  Wounded  slightly  Nov.  4, 
1918. 

HERBERT  FRANCIS  CHADWICK. 

Admitted  April  1896.  Member  of  Chadwick,  Son  &  Nicholson,  of  Dews- 
bury.  Served  as  Capt.,  12th  (Service)  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light 
Infantry  (Miners). 

JOHN  CHADWICK. 

Articled  to  Louis  Chadwick,  of  60  Carey  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  2, 1914,  as  Private,  18th  Service  (1st  P.S.)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  (Special  Reserve)  Royal  Dublin  Fusiliers  May  23,  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  May  1916  and  July 
1916  to  June  1918,  and  in  France  May  to  July  1916  and  July  1918  to  Jan. 
1919.     Wounded  July  1,  1916. 

LEONARD  ARTHUR  CHADWICK. 

Articled  to  J.  P.  Chadwick,  of  67  Tooley  Street,  S.E.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Gunner,  "  B  "  Battery,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  and  attained  the  rank  of 
Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Dec.  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  Sept.  1917,  and  Capt.  Oct.  19i8.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home 
Aug.  1914  to  April  1915,  Egypt  and  Aden  April  to  Dec.  1915,  France 
May  1916  to  Nov.  1918,  Germany  Dec.  1918  to  Oct.  1919.  Wounded  at  Ypres 
Oct.  10,  1917,  and  Oct.  30,  1917,  and  at  Cambrai  Oct.  8,  1918. 


94  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

HENRY  CECIL  CHALKER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Member  of  Stewart  &  Chalker,  of  Wakefield. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry. 
Invalided  ]May  3,  1918.  Once  in  List  of  Mentions  by  Secretary  of  State  for 
War  Feb.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

OSCAR  BERNARD  CHALLENOR. 

Articled  to  Bromley  Challenor,  of  Abingdon,  Berks.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  1/4  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1916. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  March 
1915  to  Nov.  191 7,  and  in  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919.  Wounded  in  France 
Aug.  1915,  and  in  Italy  Sept.  1918. 

WILLIA:vi  FRANCIS  CHALLINOR. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Challinors  &  Shaw,  of  Leek,  Staffs. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  INIajor,  2nd  North  Midland  Brigade,  Royal  Field 
Artillery,  Temp.  Lieut. -Colonel  to  command  46th  Divisional  Ammuni- 
tion Column  Feb.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
D.S.O.  Served  in  France  Feb.  1915  to  Oct.  1916.  Discharged  medically 
unfit  Dec.  1917. 

ARTHUR  BRACEBRIDGE  CHALLIS. 

Admitted  June  1897.  Member  of  Hay  ward,  Smith  &  Challis,  of  Rochester. 
Joined  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Heavy  Battery  Home  Counties  (Kent)  Royal 
Garrison  Artiller}^  subsequently  promoted  Major.  Killed  inaction  Sept.  21, 
1918. 

WILLIAiM  GUY  FAWCETT  CHALLIS. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Guillaume,  of  Bournemouth  and  London.  Joined  the 
1st  Sportsman's  Batt.  as  Private  in  Oct.  1914.  Received  his  commission 
as  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  May  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July 
1916.  Served  at  Home  and  in  Flanders.  Killed  in  action  Plocgsteert  July  13, 
1916. 

NORMAN  GRANT  CHALMERS-HUNT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905,  practising  at  Ware.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
Herts  National  Reserve.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
(M.T.)  June  28,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1916,  Capt.  Oct.  1918.  Served 
in  France  Aug.,  Sept.,  and  Oct.  1915,  and  Aug.  1917  to  Sept.  1918. 

FRANCIS  WALTER  CHAMBERLAIN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Chamberlain  &  Co.,  of  1  Stone  Buildings, 
Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  Trooper,  Public  Schools  Mounted 
Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  May  29,  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  July  1916.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  July  12,  1917,  and  April  18, 
1918. 

HENRY  SEYMOUR  CHAMBERLAIN. 

Admitted  June  1906,  practising  at  Bognor.  Joined  Nov.  9,  1914,  as  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1915,  Major  Feb.  1917. 
Served  in  Dublin  Nov.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  France  Feb.  1915  to  Sept.  1917, 
Egypt  Nov.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  95 

NEVILLE  GRAHAME  CHAMBERLAIN. 

Articled  to  T.  M.  Pritchard,  of  Painters'  Hall,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Trooper,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  Oct.  10,  1914,  in  London 
Brigade  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  A/Capt. 
Nov.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium 
March  1915  to  Oct.  1918. 

EDWARD  PERCY  CHAMBERS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1893.  Member  of  Chambers  &  Chambers,  of  Brighouse, 
Yorks.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  1/4  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  (V»^est 
Riding)  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. -Col.  May  1915,  transferred  to  Reserve 
June  11,  1918,  with  rank  of  Major.  Awarded  Chevalier  du  Merite  Agricole. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium  April  1915  to  March  1918. 

KENNETH  WILLIAM  GLENDOWER  MATHER  CHAMBERS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Member  of  Chambers  &  Chambers,  of  Denton, 
Gorton,  and  Ashton-under-Lyne.  Joined  Sept.  27,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  May  13,  1918,  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  (M.T.).  Served  in  France,  Italy,  Greece,  Macedonia,  Serbia,  Bulgaria, 
and  Hungary,  with  British,  French,  and  Serbian  Armies. 

LESLIE  BERT  CHAMBERS. 

Articled  to  Edmund  Huntsman,  of  Nottingham.  Gazetted  July  10,  1915, 
2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1917, 
A/Capt.  June  1917,  transferred  as  Observer  to  Royal  Flying  Corps,  Aug.  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  at  Home 
until  June  1916,  and  in  France  and  Belgium  until  April  1918.  Wounded 
Feb.  1917  at  Hooge,  air  crash  in  France  April  1918. 

PHILIP  HENRY  CHAMPERNOWNE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1886.  Member  of  Wigan,  Champernowne  &  Prescott,  of 
Norfolk  House,  Victoria  Embankment,  W.C.  Served  as  Major,  4th  Batt. 
Royal  Berkshire  Regt. 

ALBERT  EDWARD  GURNEY  CHAMPION. 

Admitted  May  1896.  Member  of  Lefroy  &  Champion,  of  Bournemouth. 
Joined  Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  A/Capt.  March 
1917,  Substantive  Capt.  Nov.  1917.  Served  nearly  3  years  in  France, 
remainder  of  service  in  England.     Accidentally  wounded  March   1917. 

BERNARD  CHAMPNESS. 

Admitted  May  1913.  Member  of  W.  H.  Champness  &  Co.,  of  14  Serjeant's 
Inn,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  10,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Nominated  for  commission  Sept.  6,  1915,  but 
subsequently  transferred  to  15th  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Kensingtons)  for 
immediate  service  1916.  Went  to  France  June  1916  as  Private,  and  killed 
before  admission  to  Officer  Cadet  unit.  Killed  in  action  near  Neuville  St. 
Vaast  July  27,  1916.     Buried  at  Ecoi\Tes  Cemetery,  near  Mont  St.  Eloi. 

JOHN  DALRYMPLE  CHAMPNEYS. 

Articled  to  R.  M.  Welsford,  of  22  Aldermanbury,  E.C.  Joined  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.     Mortally  wounded  at  Berles-aux-Bois, 


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France,  and  captured  by  Germans  Nov.  22, 1915.     Died  of  wounds  Nov.  23, 1915. 
Buried  at  Monchy. 

FRANK  MERYON  CHANCE. 

Articled  to  Robert  Coward,  of  30  Mincing  Lane,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  6, 1914, 
as  Private,  21st  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2-lth 
Batt.  of  London  Regiment  (The  Queen's)  Dec.  15,  1914.  Served  in  France 
March  to  May  1915.     Killed  in  action  at  Givenchy  May  25,  1915. 

EDGAR  CHARLES  CHANCELLOR. 

Articled  to  Sir  George  H.  Radford,  of  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined 
Dec.  20,  1915,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
(Special  Reserve)  6th  Batt.  Rifle  Brigade  Dec.  19,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1918.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  Nov.  30,  1917,  near  Bellenglise  (Somme). 

OSBORN  ROBERT  MOSELEY  CHANNER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Member  of  Channer  &  Channer,  of  Taunton. 
Served  as  Major,  West  Somerset  Yeomanry. 

ALBERT  LACY  CHAPMAN. 

Admitted  June  1913.  At  time  of  joining  Managing  Clerk  M'ith  Messrs. 
Winterbotham,  Gurney  &  Co.,  Solicitors,  Cheltenham,  noAv  Managing  Clerk 
with  Messrs.  R.  &  C.  B.  Masefield,  Ledbury.  Joined  June  18, 1917,  as  Private, 
3rd  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  transferred  to  the  Labour  Corps  March  1918 
and  shortly  after  promoted  A/Sergeant.     Served  at  Salonica. 

ALFRED  JOHN  CHAPMAN 

Articled  to  B.  C.  Newbold,  of  Burton-on-Trent.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as 
Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  (Universities  and  Public  Schools).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  41st  Squadron  Sept.  5,  1916.  Served  in  France 
as  a  Private  Nov.  1915  to  May  1916  and  as  Royal  Flying  Corps  Scout  Pilot 
June  to  Sept.  1917.  Killed  in  aerial  fight  over  the  enemy's  lines  near 
Cambrai  Sept.  18,  1917. 

CYRIL  EDWARD  WORSLEY  CHAPMAN.. 

Articled  to  Henry  Fielding,  of  Canterbury.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Field  Artillery,  and  afterwards  promoted  Lieut. 

HENRY  ROBINSON  CHAPMAN. 

Admitted  May  1909.  Member  of  Chapman  &  Wilkinson,  of  Leyburn, 
Yorks.  Joined  Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Private,  Universities  and  Public  Schools  Batt. 
Commissioned  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  Sept,  29,  1914,  promoted  Capt. 
May  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Belgium,  France,  and 
Home. 

HORACE  CHAPMAN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practised  under  st^^le  of  Dawson  &  Chapman,  at 
Leeds.  Joined  Aug,  17,  1916,  as  2nd  Air  Mechanic,  40th  Squadron  Royal 
Flying  Corps.  Went  to  France  Dec.  31,  1916.  Died  in  Souvenir  Hospital, 
St.  Omer,  France,  April  22,  1917. 

JAMES  TAYLOR  CHAPMAN. 

Articled  to  James  Chapman,  of  Manchester.  Served  as  Private,  28th 
Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 


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LAWRENCE  VAUGHAN  CHAPINIAN. 

Articled  to  H.  F.  Cracknell,  of  3  Lancaster  Place,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined 
Reserve  of  Officers  after  serving  in  London  University  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  6th  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade  Aug.  5,  1914,  transferred  to  2nd  Batt.  and 
left  for  the  front  May  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915.  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium.     Killed  at  Battle  of  Loos  Sept.  25,  1915. 

JAMES  CHAPMAN-WALKER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1900.  Member  of  Chapman-Walker  &  Shephard,  of  25 
Dover  Street,  W.     Served  as  Capt.,  A/Major,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

AUBREY  TORRINGTON  CHAPPLE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Member  of  Chappie  &  Son,  of  79  Gresham  Street, 
E.G.  Joined  Sept.  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Served 
at  Home.     Died  of  spotted  fever  in  Fulham  Military  Hospital  May  3,  1917. 

HENRY  TORRINGTON  CHAPPLE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906,  practising  at  2a  Guildhall  Chambers,  Basinghall 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  April  16, 1917,  as  Driver,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.). 
Served  in  England  6  months,  France  remainder  of  time. 

REGINALD  PENDRILL  ST.  JOHN  CHARLES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901.  Member  of  H.  P.  Charles  &  Son,  of  Neath,  Glam. 
Joined  Jan.  22,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (31st  Siege  Battery)  Jan.  6,  1918.     Served  in  France. 

CHARLES  PERCY  CHARLESWORTH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1889.  Member  of  Charlesworth  &  Wood,  of  Skipton. 
Served  as  Capt.,  6th  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt. 

JOHN  CHARLESWORTH. 

Articled  to  W.  W.  Gibson,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  Oct.  5, 1914, 
as  Private,  53rd  Field  Ambulance  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  April  24,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Gallipoli  Aug.  to  Dec.  1915, 
France  July  1916  to  Oct.  1917,  Italy  Oct.  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  France  Sept.  to 
Oct.  1818.     Wounded  near  Beaurevoir  Oct.  8,  1918. 

WILLIAM  CHARLESWORTH. 

Articled  to  P.  B.  Mather,  of  Chesterfield.  Joined  Nov.  13, 1915,  as  Private, 
Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same 
Regt.  Jan.  29,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Staff-Lieut.  General  List 
1919.  Served  at  Home,  France,  Belgium,  Germany.  Wounded  at  Somme 
Sept.  29,  1916,  and  at  Passchendaele  Sept.  26,  1917. 

CHRISTOPHER  COLIN  CHARLTON. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  William  Bell  &  Sons,  of 
Sunderland.  Joined  March  1,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery, 
subsequently  promoted  Capt.  Awarded  the  French  Croix  de  Guerre.  Served 
in  France  Jan.  1916  to  Dec.  1918. 

ARTHUR  ED:\IUND  WEBSTER  CHARSLEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1887,  practising  at  Beaconsfield,  Bucks.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  as  Capt.,  1st  Batt.  Bucks  Rifle  Volunteers.     Re-gazetted  Bucks  Batt. 


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Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry  (No.  1  Supply  Coy.),  Dec.  1,  1914,  trans- 
ferred No.  11  Coy.  Royal  Defence  Corps  June  1916.  Discharged  April  30, 1917. 
Served  at  Home. 

ERIC  HAROLD  CHATER. 

Articled  to  Trevor  Pollard,  of  Brighton.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Oxford 
and  Bucks  Light  Infantry. 

FRANK  KENTISH  CHATER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1886,  practising  at  Lincoln's  Inn  Chambers,  40  Chancery 
Lane,  W.C.  Rejoined  from  Militia  July  22,  1915,  as  Capt.,  The  Welch  Regt., 
served  on  Staff  of  Western  Command  School  of  Instruction  for  Infantry 
Officers,  Kimnel  Park,  N.  Wales,  and  Knowsley,  Dec.  1915  to  Jan.  1917, 
served  on  Staff  of  No.  1  School  of  Instruction  for  Infantry  Officers,  Brocton, 
Stafford,  June  1917  to  June  1918,  3rd  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  Redcar,  Yorks.^ 
July  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

EDWARD  ALFRED  CHATHAM. 

Articled  to  Edward  Chatham,  of  Manchester.  Joined  O.T.C.  at  outbreak 
of  war.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Shropshire  Light  Infantry  July  13,  1915,  trans- 
ferred to  13th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Dec.  1915.     Served  at  Home. 

FREDERICK  CHARLES  CHATT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1906,  practising  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Joined  Aug.  1914, 
as  Private,  Infantry.  Subsequently  commissioned  and  attained  the  rank  of 
Capt. 

JAMES  CHATTERTON. 

Articled  to  Henry  Tweed,  of  Horncastle,  Lines.  Joined  Sept.  10,  1914^ 
as  Private,  7th  Batt.  London  Regt.  (T.F.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt. 
London  Regt.  May  5,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916  and  Temp.  Capt. 
Oct.  1916,  relinquished  Temp,  rank  of  Capt.  March  1917  and  gazetted 
A/Capt.  Oct.  1917,  transferred  to  the  Royal  Flying  Corps.  Nov.  1917,  being 
gazetted  Flying  Officer  April  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and 
France.     Total  service  in  France  32  months.     Wounded  Dec.  21,  1915. 

RICHARD  CHATTERTON. 

Articled  to  Henry  Tweed,  of  Horncastle,  Lines.  Joined  Nov.  22,  1915,  as 
Private,  28th  County  of  London  Regt.  (T.F.)  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Aug.  28,  1916,  and  posted  to  192nd  Heavy 
Battery  Sept.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  French  Croix  de  Guerre  (en  Vermeuil). 
Served  2  years  with  the  British  Salonica  Forces  in  Greece,  Serbia,  and 
Bulgaria. 

PHILIP  ROBERT  CHAUNDLER. 

Articled  to  Henry  Chaundler,  of  Biggleswade.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
5th  (Service)  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.  (T.)  and  Machine  Gun  Corps.,  attained 
the  rank  of  Lieut.     INIentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

ALEXANDER  ROBERT  CHEALE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Member  of  Cheale  &  Son,  of  Tunbridge  Wells. 
Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  1/4  Batt.  The  Queen's  Own  Royal  West  Kent 


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Regt.,  Adjutant  Oct.  1914  to  March  1916,  promoted  Major  June  1916.      Served 
at  Home  Aug.  to  Oct.  1914,  India  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1919. 

THOMAS  JOHN  CHELLEW. 

Admitted  May  1892,  practising  at  St.  Ives,  Cornwall.  Mobilised  Aug.  3, 
1914,  as  Major,  Cornwall  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut. -Col. 
Aug.  1914  on  appointment  to  command  of  Brigade.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military).     Served  at  Home. 

GEORGE  JOSEPH  CHESHIRE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Wm.  Sutton,  of  Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne.  Joined  Nov.  12,  1915,  as  Private,  3rd  Batt.  Northumberland 
Fusiliers,  subsequently  promoted  Lance-Corporal.     Served  at  Home. 

PHILIP  GEORGE  CHESTERMAN. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Member  of  W.  T.  Chesterman  &  Sons,  of  Bath. 
Joined  July  20,  1915,  as  Orderly,  Friends'  Ambulance  Unit,  connected  with 
British  Red  Cross  Society.     Served  in  France. 

WILLIAM  PAUL  CHESTERMAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1902.  Member  of  W.  T.  Chesterman  &  Sons,  of  Bath. 
Joined  April  1917,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Discharged  Aug.  1918. 
Served  in  France  and  Italy.     Wounded  near  Ypres  Oct.  1917. 

HENRY  ARTHUR  CHETHAM. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905.  Member  of  Harris,  Chetham  &  Cohen,  of  25  Fins- 
bury  Square,  E.C.  Joined  May  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery, 
promoted  Lieut.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France  2|  years. 

ARTHUR  EDWARD  CHEVALIER. 

Admitted  Sept.  1887.  Member  of  Duncan  Oakshott,  Baxter  &  Chevalier, 
of  Liverpool.  Joined  July  1,  1915,  appointed  to  command  of  26th  Super- 
numerary Company,  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  Substantive  Capt.  throughout, 
transferred  in  Aug.  1916  to  the  Territorial  Force  Reserve  (General  List)  and 
appointed  a  Staff  Adjutant  at  Knockaloe  Alien  Prisoners  of  War  Camp,  Isle 
of  Man.     Home  service. 

GILBERT  HELE  CHILCOTT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1878,  practising  at  Truro.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Major,  4th 
(Reserve)  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry.  Discharged  July  1916. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  C.M.G.  No  fighting  service.  Served 
in  India  and  at  Home. 

DAVID  LESLIE  CHILD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Of  17  Paternoster  Row,  E.C.  Jomed  Feb.  5,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  2nd  City  of  London  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut,  early 
in  1916.  Served  at  Malta,  Egypt,  Dardanelles,  and  France.  Killed  inaction 
at  Ginchy,  France,  Sept.  11,  1916,  in  command  of  Machine  Guns. 

CLAUDE  ALAN  CHILTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899.  Member  of  Chilton  &  Sons,  of  Bristol.  Joined 
March  11, 1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  March 
1916,  Substantive  June  1916,  Temp.  Capt.  July  1916,  Temp.  Major  Sept.  1919, 


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Deputy  Assistant  Director  Engineers   Stores  Nov.  1919.     Served   at  Home 
(East  Coast  Defences)  1916,  and  in  France  Jan.   1917  to  Feb.  1918. 

WILLIAM  ARTHUR  CHISLETT. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Board,  Town  Clerk,  Nottingham.  Joined  March  5, 1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Horse  and  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct. 
1916.  Served  Home,  France,  and  Flanders.  Invalided  home  with  broken 
shoulder  in  August  1916  and  again  invalided  home  with  pneumonia  in  March 
1917. 
ERNEST  EDWARD  CHITTY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901.  Member  of  Chitty  &  Scorer,  of  Dover.  Joined 
Nov.  1916,  as  Private,  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
5th  Batt.  Royal  FusiUers  March  28,  1917,  transferred  to  7th  Batt.  May  1917, 
promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

HUGH  VALENTINE  CHOLMELEY. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  C.  Frere,  of  28  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  and  afterwards 
Managing  Clerk  with  Frere,  Cholmeley  &  Co.  Joined  July  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Grenadier  Guards  (Special  Reserve) 
Sept.  15,  1915.  Served  in  France  1915  to  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  the 
Ypres  SaHent  April  1916  while  attached  to  Machine  GunlCorps. 

ARTHUR  REGINALD  CHORLEY. 

Admitted  April  1894.  Member  of  Barr,  Nelson  &  Co.,  of  Leeds.  Enlisted 
Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  4th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry, 
and  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Battalion 
Oct.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  1916,  A/Capt.  in  July  1917,  Assistant  Staff-Capt. 
to  148th  Infantry  Brigade  from  Dec.  1916  to  March  1918,  appointed  Staff- 
Capt.  March  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and 
Belgium.     Died  of  wounds  at  Boulogne-sur-Mer,  France,  April  29,  1918. 

FRANCIS  EDWARD  CHORLEY. 

Articled  to  R.  F.  Chorley,  of  Kendal.  Joined  June  6,  1918,  as  Private, 
53rd  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.     Served  at  Home,  France,  and  Germany. 

HERBERT  CHORLEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904,  practising  at  St.  Helens,  Lancashire.  Joined  Aug.  4, 
1914,  as  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Corporal  Sept.  1914.  Gazetted 
Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.)  March  23,  1917,  Temp. 
Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served  in  England  1914  to  1915,  France  and  Belgium 
1916  to  1918,  Germany  1919. 

RICHARD  CLEASBY  CHORLEY. 

Articled  to  R.  F.  Chorley,  of  Kendal.  Served  as  Trooper,  Cumberland 
and  Westmorland  Yeomanry. 

JOHN  STANLEY  CHOWN. 

Admitted  April  1909.  Member  of  Hewitt,  Woollacott  &  Chown,  of  158 
Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  May  15, 1916,  as  Rifleman,  5th  City  of  London 
Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  July 
1916.    Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  March  1, 1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.    Awarded 


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the  M.C.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France  April  1917  to  March  1918.     Taken 
prisoner  near  St.  Quentin,  March  21,  1918. 

CECIL  TILSON  CHOWNE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1900,  practising  at  Bath.  Served  as  Lieut.,  West  Somerset 
Yeomanry. 

ALBERT  CHRISTIAN. 

Articled  to  Botterell  &  Roche,  of  24  St.  Mary  Axe,  E.C.  Served  as 
Private,  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry. 

HERBERT  JAMES  CHRISTIE. 

Admitted  June  1905,  practising  at  109  Cheapside,  E.C,  and  Osterley 
Park.  Served  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles), 
and  afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Middlesex  Regt. 

EDWARD  GEOFFREY  CHUBB. 

Admitted  April  1895,  practised  at  41  Moorgate  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Dec.  1914  as  Capt.,  Middlesex  Regt.,  transferred  to  West  Surrey  Regt.  April 

1915.  Served  in  France.     Killed  injaction  July  12,  1915. 

ERNEST  FRANK  CHURCHILL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hewett  &  Churchill,  of 
Reading.  Joined  Dec.  14,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Engineers  March  1,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  Capt. 
May  1918,  A /Major,  Nov.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches  Awarded 
the  M.C.     Served  in  France  and  Germany  1915  to  1919. 

JOHN  ABELL  VYVYAN  CHURCHILL. 

Admitted  March  1906.  Practising  as  Noon,  Clarke  &  Churchill,  of  31  Great 
St.  Helens,  E.C.  Served  as  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service.  Afterwards 
obtained  commission  in  the  Tank  Corps  and  promoted  Lieut.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

ALLAN  ROBERT  CHURCHMAN. 

Articled  to  E.  C.  Rawlings,  of  2  Walbrook,  E.C.  Served  as  Petty  Officer, 
Motor  Cyclist  Scouts,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service,  and  afterwards  as  Capt.  Royal 
Air  Force.     Awarded  the  D.F.C. 

WILLIAM  ARTHUR  VERE  CHURTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  W.  H.  Churton  &  Son,  of  Chester. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  1/5  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Major,  June 

1916,  Temp.  Lieut-Col.,  Feb.  1918.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  T.D.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Feb.  1915 
to  Armistice. 

WILLIAM  LOUIS  CLABBURN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Clabburns,  of  Norwich.  Joined 
Oct.  21,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  Nov. 
1914.     Served  at  Home. 

BARNARD  AUBREY  CLAPHAM. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  Rooker,  Matthews  &  Co.,  of  Plymouth. 
Joined   Oct.    1914    Public    School    Corps.     Subsequently    commissioned    and 


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promoted  to  Lieut.,  4tli  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  Served  in  Egypt  and  Palestine. 
Died  of  wounds  at  Gaza,  Palestine,  March  27,  1917. 

HENRY  SHEFFIELD  CLAPHAM. 

Admitted  May  1897,  practising  at  2  Broad  Street  Place,  E.C.  Joined 
Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  promoted  Sergeant  Sept. 

1915,  Company  Quartermaster-Sergeant  Jan.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps.  Oct.  30,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1917, 
Served  at  Home  Sept.  to  Dec.  1914,  and  in  France  and  Flanders  Dec.  1914 
to  April  1919.     Slightly  wounded  Sept.  30,  1915. 

PERCIVAL  ALFRED  CLAPHAM. 

Admitted  July  1896,  practising  at  11  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C. 
Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).     Served  at  Home. 

ALBERT  DOUGLAS  McKILLOP  CLARK. 

Articled  to  W.  T.  Wilkinson,  of  Weymouth.  Joined  Aug.  4, 1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Capt.  Aug. 

1916,  Major  July  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France 
Dec.  1915  to  Dec.  1918. 

ALBERT  NETTLETON  CLARK. 

Admitted  March  1911.  Member  of  Hodding  &  Clark,  of  St.  Albans. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  transferred  to  2/24  Batt. 
London  Regt.  (The  Queen's)  April  1916,  promoted  A /Major  Nov.  1917.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  1916,  Salonica 
1916  to  1917,  Egypt  and  Palestine  1917  to  1918,  and  France  1918.  Wounded 
Sept.  18,  1918. 

CHARLES  ERIC  CLARK. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  Morton,  of  Nottingham.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Ordnance  Corps. 

GEORGE  FREDERICK  CLARK. 

Admitted  Aug.  1895,  practising  at  35  Bucklersbury,  E.C,  and  718  Fulham 
Road,  Fulham,  S.W.  Joined  Dec.  1916,  as  Lieut.,  Worcestershire  Regt., 
promoted  Capt.  April  1917,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  March  1918, 
Capt.  Royal  Air  Force  S.O.  III.  Oct.  1918,  Major  Nov.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  EVELYN  CLARK. 

Articled  to  Jonathan  Clark,  of  1  Devonshire  Terrace,  W.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant 
48th  Div.  Train.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Belgium,  France 
and  Italy. 

LIONEL  MELVILLE  CLARK. 

Admitted  March  1903.  Member  of  Blunt,  Clark  &  Co.,  95  Gresham 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  May  31,  1915,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps, 
promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1915,  Major  April  1917,  appointed  D.A.D.S.,  Feb.  1919. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  Served  at  Home  May 
to  Sept.  1915,  Mudros  and  GallipoH  Sept.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Egypt  and 
Palestine  Jan.  1916  to  June  1919. 


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MALCOLM  CLARK. 

Articled  to  W.  A.  Thomson,  of  3  King's  Bench  Walk,  Temple,  E.C.  Joined 
Aug.  1914,  as  Trooper,  Inns  of  Court  (Cavalry),  afterwards  promoted  Lance- 
Corporal.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.)  Nov.  11, 
1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  Aug.  1917  to  Feb. 
1919.  Served  at  Home  and  Salonica  Jan  to  July  1916.  Suffered  from 
malaria  and  dysentery. 

WALTER  DOUGLAS  CLARK. 

Admitted  May  1915.  Member  of  J.  H.  Clark,  of  West  Bromwich  and 
Smethwick.  Joined  Nov.  11,  1915,  as  2nd  Class  Air  Mechanic,  Royal  Flying 
Corps,  promoted  1st  Class  Air  Mechanic  1916,  and  Corporal  Mechanic  1918. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

WALTER  TREVELYAN  CLARK. 

Admitted  July  1916.  Member  of  Clark  &  Smith,  of  Malmesbury,  Wilts. 
Joined  June  21, 1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Corporal 
Nov.  1917,  joined  512th  Siege  Battery  Dec.  1917,  32nd  Siege  Battery  June  1918. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  April  12,  1919.  Served  in 
France.     Wounded  at  Caestre,  Aug.  3,  1918. 

WILFRED  JOHN  CLARK. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908,  practising  at  Rotherham.  Joined  June  30,  1917,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Served  at  Home  and  with  Egyptian 
Expeditionary  Force. 

WILLIAM  SCOTT  CLARK. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907,  practising  at  Carlisle.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as 
Private,  1/4  Batt.  The  Border  Regt.  (T.F.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same 
Regt.  March  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1917.  Served  in  India  1914  to 
1919. 

ARTHUR  CLARK. 

Admitted  Feb.  1892.  Of  189  HoUoway  Road,  N.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

CECIL  SOMERS  CLARKE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1884,  practising  at  Brighton.  Mobilised  and  served  as 
Colonel,  6th  (Cyclist)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Awarded  V.D.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France. 

CHARLES  FREDERICK  LORISTON  CLARKE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1893.  Member  of  Tanner  &  Clarke,  of  Bristol  and  Wotton- 
under-Edge,  Glos.  Joined  May  27,  1918,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve.  Served  at  Home  at  Devonport  on  the  Admiral's  Staff  (Intelligence 
Department). 

DERRICK  ANSELL  CLARKE. 

Articled  to  Joseph  Ansell,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Sept.  19,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916, 
Adjutant  1915  to  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.B.E.  (Military).     Served  at  Home  and  in  France  (draft  conducting). 


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DONALD  CLARKE. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  Clarke,  of  High  Wycombe.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private, 
Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  June 
1916.     Served  in  France  1914  to  1916.     Killed  in  action  Aug.  26,  1916. 

EDGAR  CHARLES  GILBERT  CLARKE. 

Admitted  June  1913,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
6th  Batt.  Royal  Worcestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 

ERIC  CLARKE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  Murton  &  Clarke,  of  Cranbrook  and 
Hawkhurst,  Kent.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  West  Kent  Regt., 
(The  Buffs),  promoted  Temp.  Major  Oct.  1914,  Major  June  1916.  Served  in 
India  1914  and  1915,  and  in  Mesopotamia  1915  and  1916.  Wounded  (severely) 
at  Battle  of  Sheikh  Saad,  Mesopotamia,  on  Jan.  7,  1916.  Relinquished  com- 
mission, on  account  of  ill-health  caused  by  wounds  received  in  action,  on 
Dec.  18,  1918. 

ESKRICKE  JOSEPH  CLARKE. 

Articled  to  W.  H,  Clarke,  of  Leeds.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut., 
7th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1914,  Major  Nov.  1916, 
seconded  to  command  62nd  Divisional  Cyclist  Company  March  1915,  attached 
18th  Corps  Staff  (in  France)  Jan.  to  April  1918,  and  A/D.A.Q.M.G.  on 
several  occasions  during  this  period  and  also  throughout  the  German  offensive 
(March  and  April  1918),  appointed  to  command  of  19th  Corps  Cyclist  Batt. 
in  France  April  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  French 
Croix  de  Guerre  (with  Silver  Star).  Served  at  Home  1914  to  Jan.  1917, 
France  Jan.  1917  to  June  1919. 

FRANCIS  EAGLE  CLARKE. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Member  of  Clarke  &  Son,  of  Leeds  and  Filey. 
Joined  July  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (2/1  North  Riding 
Heavy  Battery),  and  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.     Served  at  Home. 

GEOFFREY  PEARD  CLARKE. 

Articled  to  C.  P.  Clarke,  of  Taunton.  Joined  Dec.  4, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
5th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  (T.F.),  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Sept.  1915, 
relinquished  Temp.  Lieut.  April  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt. 
Oct.  28,  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  India  March  1916  to  April  1917, 
Egypt  and  Palestine  April  1917  to  Dec.  1918.  Wounded  at  El-Jib  Nov.  23, 
1917. 

HARRY  COLIN  CLARKE. 

Admitted  May  1903,  practised  at  Shrewsbury  until  1910,  when  he  went 
to  British  Columbia.  Joined  the  Army  soon  after  the  outbreak  of  War  and 
reached  the  rank  of  Capt.  in  the  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Killed  in  action 
1916. 

HENRY  HAROLD  CLARKE. 

Admitted  June  1909,  practised  at  Shrewsbur}\  Served  as  Capt.,  3rd  Batt. 
Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 


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HENRY  PALLISTER  CLARKE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Of  23  College  Hill,  E.C.  Served  as  Private,  3rd 
City  of  London  Field  Ambulance,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps,  afterwards 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.,  and  promoted 
Lieut.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

JAMES  FRANCIS  CLARKE. 

Admitted  April  1900.  Of  29  Trevor  Square,  Knightsbridge.  Served  as 
Private,  15th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Civil  Service  Rifles). 

JOHN  LAURENCE  CLARKE. 

Admitted  July  1910,  practised  at  31  Great  St.  Helen's,  E.C.  Served  as 
Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

JOHN  TURNER  PARKER  CLARKE. 

Admitted  June  1907,  practising  at  Whitchurch,  Hants.  Served  as  Capt., 
Wessex  Divisional  Train,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.). 

JOSEPH  SPOTTISWOODE  CLARKE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1,  1916,  practising  at  Doncaster.  Joined  Jan.  29,  1917, 
as  Private,  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Oct.  1917,  Corporal 
March  1918.     Served  at  Home  (No.  2   Infantry  Records,  Y^'ork). 

NOEL  OLIVER  CLARKE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  Member  of  J.  B.  Clarke  &  Co.,  of  Birmingham. 
Joined  Aug.  15,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  March  1915,  Capt.  Dec.  1915.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to 
March  1915,  March  1916  to  Jan.  1919,  France  March  1915  to  March  1916. 
Wounded  at  St.  Jean,  Ypres,  June  22,  1915,  and  at  Hooge,  Ypres,  Feb.  27, 
1916. 

REGINALD  JAEGER  CLARKE. 

Admitted  May  1892,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914, 
as  Major,  9th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  given  the  command  of  a  company 
in  the  21st  (Labour)  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Aug.  1916,  promoted  A/Lieut. -Col. 
in  command  of  21st  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Dec.  1916,  and  subsequently  em- 
ployed as  Assistant  Labour  Commandant  in  the  organisation  and  command 
of  Labour  Bureaux  and  as  Courts-Martial  Officer  of  No.  1  Area,  transferred  as 
Courts-Martial  Officer  to  No.  1  District  Oct.  1919.  Awarded  Volunteer  Long 
Service  Medal  and  T.D. 

WILLIAJM  SEFTON  CLARKE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1894,  practising  at  Bristol.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  4th  Batt.,  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  to  Major. 
Served  in  France  March  1915  to  Feb.  1916. 

ALFRED  BAIRSTOW  CLARKSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Member  of  Spencer,  Clarkson  &  Co.,  of  Keighley. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  6th  Duke  of  Wellington's  Regt.,  promoted  Major 
June  1916,  A/Lieut. -Col.  Nov.  1918,  reverted  to  Major  Dec.  1918.  Twice 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  D.S.O.  Served  in  France 
April  1915  to  Feb.  1919.     Wounded  (very  slightly)  July  1915. 


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CHARLES  CLARKSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904.  Member  of  James  Clarkson  &  Son,  of  Halifax. 
Served  in  France  as  Capt.,  2/4  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.  Died 
Feb.  11,  1917,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

WILFRID  BAIRSTOW  CLARKSON. 

Articled  to  J.  N.  Clarkson,  of  Keighley.  Enlisted  Sept.  15,  1914,  in 
21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery 
Oct.  5,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1916,  A/Capt.  Jan.  1917,  A/Major  Nov. 
1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in 
France. 

FREDERIC  HARDEN  CLAY. 

Admitted  April  1908,  practised  at  Bristol.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Somerset 
Yeomanry. 

EDWIN  CLAYTON. 

Admitted  May  1910.  Member  of  H.  B.  Clayton  &  Son,  of  Nottingham. 
Served  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
3rd  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt. 

FRANK  CLAYTON. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Member  of  H.  B.  Clayton  &  Son,  of  Nottingham. 
Enlisted  1915  and  served  in  Officers'  Cadet  Batt.  at  Cambridge  until  Oct.  1916. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  Oct.  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  April  1917.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at 
Home  and  France. 

GEOFFREY  SHAW  CLAYTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Member  of  Bramwell,  Clayton  &  Clayton,  of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Enlisted  Oct.  31,  1914,  as  Private,  18th  (Service)  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  23, 1914,  promoted 
Capt.  Feb.  1915,  Major  March  1915,  Lieut.-Colonel  Feb.  1918.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in  France.  Nov.  1915  to  Dec. 
1918. 

HAROLD  VERNEY  CLAYTON. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  Berry,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Dec.  6,  1914.  Gazetted 
Lieut.  Manchester  Regt.  Dec.  1916,  promoted  Capt.  Oct.  1917.  Awarded 
the  M.C.     Served  in  GaUipoli  and  France.     Wounded  Aug.  26,  1916. 

LANCELOT  JAMES  CLAYTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Clayton,  Sons  &  Fargus, 
10  Lancaster  Place,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  29,  1914,  as  Private,  15th 
Batt.  London  Regt.  (Civil  Service  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1/5  Gloucester- 
shire Regt.  March  17,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.  Served  in  France 
July  1915  to  March  1916  and  June  and  July  1916.  Wounded  near  Ovillers, 
France,  July  23,  1916. 

GUY  VERNON  HEUKENSFELDT  CLAYTON-SMITH. 

Articled  to  W.  E.  Clayton-Smith,  of  Pontefract.  Joined  Feb.  1,  1917,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  King's  Own 
Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  Nov.  28,  1917.     Served  at  Home. 


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STANLEY  WILLIAM  CLEAVE. 

Articled  to  C.  T.  K.  Roberts,  of  Exeter.  Joined  Feb.  22,  1915,  as  Rifle- 
man, 28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  2/17  Batt.  London  Regt.  Jan.  26,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 
Served  in  France  May  to  Sept.  1915  and  June  to  Oct.  1916,  Salonica  Dec.  1916  to 
May  1917,  Egypt  and  Palestine  May  1917  to  Feb.  1919.     Wounded  May  1, 1918. 

CHARLES  MITCHELL  CLEGG. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  Member  of  Dibb  &  Clegg,  of  Barnsley.  Joined 
Oct.  19,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  (T.F.),  trans- 
ferred to  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  June  1916,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Dec. 
1917,  appointed  A/Capt.  May  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
at  Home  Oct.  1914  to  Aug.  1916,  France  Aug.  1916  to  Feb.  1919. 

FRANK  CECIL  CLEGG. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Greenwood,  of  Kendal.  Joined  the  Army  on  the  out- 
break of  war,  being  given  a  commission  in  the  6th  Batt.  Border  Regt., 
promoted  Capt.  July  1915  and  left  for  the  Dardanelles  directly  after.  Killed 
in  action  Aug.  22,  1915. 

JOHN  CLEGG. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Jackson  &  Co.,  of  Rochdale. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Sergeant,  6th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  Served  in 
Egypt  and  Gallipoli  Peninsula.     Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  June  4,  1915. 

JOSEPH  CLEGG. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Member  of  Clegg  &  Baines,  of  Leeds.  Joined 
Dec.  1914  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  pro- 
moted Capt.  Aug.  10,  1916,  appointed  Brigade  Intelligence  Officer  Aug.  23, 
1916.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  Sept.  16,  1916. 

WILLIAM  JOHN  CLEGG. 

Articled  to  L.  J.  Clegg,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  Nov.  12,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
1/1  Queen's  Own  Yorkshire  Dragoons,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France,  Belgium,  Germany  Sept.  1916  to  May 
1919. 

OSWALD  CLEMENT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Managing  Clerk  with  Parker  Garrett  &  Co.,  St. 
Michael's  Rectory,  Cornhill,  E.C.  Joined  Feb.  18, 1918,  as  A.C.  II.  Royal  Naval 
Air  Service,  afterwards  Royal  Air  Force.     Served  at  Home. 

AYLMER  GUSTAVUS  CLERK. 

Admitted  July  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Murray,  Hutchins  &  Co., 
11  Birchin  Lane,  E.C.  Mobilised,  as  Capt.,  1st  Batt.  Hertfordshire  Regt.  (T.F.), 
promoted  Major  June  1916.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
D.S.O.  and  M.C.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium.     Four  times  wounded. 

JOHN  PENRHYN  CLEWS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Member  of  Isle  &  Clews,  of  York.  Joined  May  29, 
1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying 
Corps  June  1916,  promoted  Sergeant  Jan.  1917.  Granted  commission  ni 
Royal  Air  Force  Nov.  1918.     Served  in  England  and  France. 


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FRANCIS  ERNEST  CLIFFORD. 

Admitted  April  1904,  practising  at  36  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Corporal,  London  Mounted  Brigade  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (T.F.),  transferred  to  2nd  London  Mounted  Brigade  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  with  rank  of  Corporal  April  1915,  promoted  Sergeant 
Sept.   1915,   Staff-Sergeant  March  1916.     Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  26, 

1917,  posted  to  49th  Divisional  Train,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  Sept.  1917. 
Served  on  East  Coast  Sept.  1914  to  Jime  1917,  Belgium  and  France 
Sept.  1917  to  Jan.  1919.     Wounded  April  12,  1918. 

HORACE  MONTAGUE  CLIFFORD. 

Admitted  May  1904.  Member  of  Cliffords,  of  Derby  and  Loughborough. 
Joined  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood 
Foresters)  (T.F.),  Adjutant  5th  (Reserve)  Sherwood  Foresters  March  1915  to 
May  1917,  A/^Iajor  March  to  April  1918.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1917  to 
April  1918.     Wounded  at  Kemmel,  April  14,  1918. 

SIDNEY  WILLIAM  CLIFT. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Member  of  Rollason,  Clift  &  Co.,  of  Birmingham. 
Served  as  Capt.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

PERCY  JAMES  CLIFTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Member  of  William  A.  Crump  &  Son,  of  17  Leaden- 
hall  Street,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.), 
promoted  Major  Dec.  1914.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
D.S.O.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  Aug.  26,  1918. 

WaLFRID  CLOTHIER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909,  practised  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  Hon. 
Artillery  Company. 

IVIAURICE  ISACKfi  CLUTTERBUCK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Lane,  Clutterbuck  &  Co.,  of  Birming- 
ham. Joined  Aug.  11,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  South  Midland  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  and  afterwards  Capt.,  Staff-Capt. 
Dec.  1916,  Major  July  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in 
France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1918. 

STEPHEN  JAMES  COALES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1903,  practised  at  Wellingborough.  Joined  Sept.  29, 
1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  subsequently  transferred  to  Royal 
West  Kent  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Died  of  wounds  Sept.  18,  1916,  Battle 
of  the  Somme. 

GEORGE  THOMAS  COATES. 

Admitted  April  1907.  Member  of  Maynard  &  Coates,  of  Preston.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  16th  Battery  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

WILLIAM  HUTCHINSON  COATES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912,  practising  at  Grimsby,  Lincolnshire.     Joined  Aug. 

1918,  as  Paymaster  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  on 
Staff  of  Commiandcr-in-Chief,  Queenstown,  Ireland. 


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KENNETH  RHODES  COBB. 

Admitted  Jan.  1901.  Member  of  J.  H.  &  K.  R.  Cobb,  of  7  New  Court, 
Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  At  outbreak  of  war  joined  the  O.T.C,  and  later  received 
a  commission  in  the  15  .h  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  promoted  Capt. 
early  in  1915  and  attached  to  the  1st  Batt.  Royal  Inniskilling  Fusiliers.  Killed 
in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  July  1,  1915. 

RICHARD  COBBETT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Cobbett,  Wheeler  &  Cobbett,  of  Man- 
chester. Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Cheshire  Yeomanry,  Capt.  A. P.M. 
No.  6  Cheshire  Area,  Western  Command,  March  1917  to  Aug.  1918.  Served 
at  Home. 

FRANCIS  ALFRED  WORSHIP  COBBOLD.. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908.  Member  of  Cobbold,  Sons  &  Menneer,  of  Ipswich. 
Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  Essex  and  Suffolk  Royal  Garrison  Artillery, 
promoted  Major  in  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
D.S.O.  Served  on  Coast  Defences,  Harwich  and  Felixstowe,  1914  and  1915, 
France  and  Belgium  1916  and  1917.  Wounded  at  Ypres  July  4,  1917. 
CHARLES  COBURN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909.  Employed  with  Royal  Pension  Fund  for  Nurses, 
Buckingham  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.,  King's  Royal  Rifle 
Corps  Oct.  30,  1916.  Reported  missing  July  31,  1917,  at  Hollebecke,  sub- 
sequently officially  presumed  to  have  been  killed  in  action  on  that  date. 

FRANCIS  COBURN. 

Admitted  April  1900.  Formerly  member  of  Coburn  &  Co.,  11  St.  Helen's 
Place,  E.C.,  now  retired  from  the  firm.  Enlisted  Dec.  1914,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  May  15, 
1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1916,  Capt.  General  List  Oct.  1918,  Major  (as 
D.  A.Q.M.G.)  May  1919.    Served  at  Home,  in  India,  and  on  North-West  Frontier. 

DONALD  HENRY  COCHRANE. 

Articled  to  David  Cochrane,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Nov.  17,  1914,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps  (T.F.).     Served  in  France. 

JOHN  GEDDES  HUNTER  COCKBURN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1903.  Member  of  Cockburn,  Gostling  &  Cockburn,  of 
Brighton.  Mobihsed  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  6th  (Cyclist)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex 
Regt.  (T.).     Served  in  India  and  Waziristan  and  North- West  Fronteir. 

REGINALD  STAPYLTON  COCKBURN. 

Articled  to  R.  C.  Nesbitt,  of  7  Devonshire  Square,  Bishopsgate,  E.C. 
Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  Sept.  12,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Capt. 
Dec.  1915,"  Major  Jan.  1917,  Major  A.D.C.  to  S.O.C.  63rd  (R.N.)  Division 
Aug.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  July  1915, 
and  in  France  July  1915  to  Jan.  1919. 

CHARLES  A\THALLEY  COCKRILL. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Assistant  Prosecuting  Solicitor  to  the  Corporation 
of  Bradford.     Joined  July  1916  as  2nd  Lieut.,  West  Riding  Brigade  Royal 


110  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in 
action  at  Ronssoy,  Feb.  2,  1918,  and  buried  at  Villas  Faucan. 

WALTER  RACKWOOD  COCKS. 

Admitted  May  1903.  Member  of  Cocks  &  Tucker,  of  Exeter.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Devon  (Fortress)  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Substantive  June  1916,  A/Capt.  March  1915.  Served  at 
Home  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915,  Gibraltar  March  1915  to  Nov.  1916,  France 
and  Belgium  March  1917  to  June  1919. 

FRANCIS  GEOFFREY  COCKSHOTT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Of  Southport  and  Canada.  Served  as  Private, 
16th  (Saskatchewan)  Light  Horse. 

THOMAS  ARTHUR  CODNER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  Avith  Hooper  &  WoUen,  of  Tor- 
quay, Devon.  Enlisted  Aug.  1914  in  Public  Schools  Corps.  Commissioned  in 
Royal  Field  Artillery  Oct.  9,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  and  Sub- 
stantive Rank  of  Capt.  Jan.  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
in  France  July  1915  to  July  1919. 

EDWIN  HENRY  COE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913,  practising  at  6  Princes  Street,  Hanover  Square,  W. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  with  West  Kent  (Queen's  Own)  Yeomanry.  Gazetted 
Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Jan.  7,  1915,  subsequently  promoted 
Lieut.,  then  Capt.,  and  later  A/Major.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home 
until  Sept.  1915,  France  Sept.  and  Nov.  1915,  Home  until  June  1916,  France 
June  1916  to  Oct.  1917,  Italy  Oct.  1917  to  March  1918,  France  March  to  Oct. 
1918.    Wounded  three  times. 

JOHN  THEODORE  COGGINS. 

Admitted  July  1911.  Member  of  Foster  &  Wells,  of  Aldershot  and  Farn- 
borough.  Joined  May  1918,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Served  at 
Home. 

EDWARD  MOLYNEUX  COHAN. 

Articled  to  G.  M.  Magee,  of  Liverpool.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
1st  West  Lanes.  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.).  Killed  Aug.  5, 1914,  as  the 
result  of  an  accident,  during  mobihsation,  when  on  duty  on  Sahsbury  Plain. 

ARTHUR  SAVILLE  COHEN. 

Admitted  May  1901,  practising  at  23  College  Hill,  E.C.  Joined  June  30, 
1916,  Barrack  Warden,  acting  rank  of  Sergeant-Major,  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps.  Gazetted  Jan.  4,  1917,  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  July  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  Italy. 

SYDNEY  COHEN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Member  of  Osborne  &  Osborne,  of  119  London 
Wall,  E.C.     Served  as  Rifleman,  21st  Batt.  London  Regt. 

LEIGH  RIGBY  COKE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1903.  Member  of  Kingsford,  Drake  &  Coke,  of  Ashford, 
and  Hythe,  Kent.  Enlisted  Sept.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  East  Kent 
Regt.  (The  Buffs).      Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.   8th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  May 


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1915  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Served  in  Palestine.  Killed  in  action 
at  Gaza  Nov.  2,  1917. 

ROBERT  WILLIAM  GREEN  COLBECK. 

Articled  to  J.  R.  Green,  of  Wakefield.  Joined  Dec.  9,  1915,  as  Private, 
King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry.     Served  in  France  and  at  Home. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  COLBECK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1914,  practising  at  Leeds.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  17th 
(Service)  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 

GEOFFREY  COLBOURNE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912,  practising  at  Brighton.  Joined  May  17,  1916,  as 
Private,  3/1  Sussex  Yeomanry.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Fusiliers  March  28, 

1917,  A/Capt.  and  A/Adjutant  Nov.  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  promoted  Capt.  Feb. 

1918.  Served  at  Home  May  1916  to  May  1917,  France  May  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 
Wounded  at  Fontaine-les-Croissilles  June  24,  1917,  and  at  Ablainzeville  (gas) 
June  30,  1918. 

HENRY  STARKEY  COLDICOTT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1875,  practising  at  22  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Appointed 
Colonel  commanding  2/21  Batt.  London  Regt.  Sept.  9,  1914,  and  to  the  3/21 
Batt.  Dec.  1915,  became  Chief  Military  Representative  in  Birmingham  Recruit- 
ing Area  Sept.  1916.  Went  to  France  June  1917  and  was  attached  to  4th, 
5th,  and  13th  Corps  successively,  being  employed  in  various  capacities.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  until  June  1917,  France  June 
1917  to  May  1919. 

ERIC  COLEBY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Of  Marylebone  Station,  N.W.  Served  as  Bom- 
bardier, Motor  IMachine  Gun  Section,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

CLARENCE  WATKINS  COLEMAN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912,  practising  at  13  Devonshire  Square,  E.C.  Joined 
Sept.  14,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers,  and  subsequently  promoted  to 
Sergeant.  Served  at  the  Dardanelles,  in  Egypt,  and  in  France.  Wounded 
in  France  Sept.  9,  1916. 

ROBERT  EDWIN  COLEMAN. 

Articled  to  George  Coleman,  of  Hove.  Joined  Nov.  21, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Sussex  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1917.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France. 

STANLEY  ALLFORTH  COLEMAN. 

Articled  to  Noel  O.  Clarke,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  April  10,  1916,  as 
Cyclist,  the  25th  (County  of  London)  Cychst  Batt.,  transferred,  as  Rifleman, 
to  12th  Batt.  Royal  Irish  Rifles  (Ulster  Division)  Feb.  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Prisoner  of  War  March  21,  1918,  to  Jan.  15,  1919,  taken  before  St.  Quentin, 

WALTER  ROBERT  GRANVILLE  COLE^MAN. 

Articled  to  E.  A.  Burnie,  of  59  &  60  Gracechurch  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
July  8,  1918,  as  Private,  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Aug. 
1918.     Served  at  Home. 


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JOHN  MONCK  CAMPION  COLES. 

Articled  to  J.  B.  C.  Coles,  of  Eastbourne.  Served  as  Corporal,  10th  Batt. 
Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Afterwards  2nd  Lieut.  11th  Batt.,  North  Staffordshire 
Regt.,  gazetted  Temp.  Capt.  while  holding  appointment  of  Divisional  Courts- 
Martial  Officer  on  Headquarter  Staff  Northern  Command.  Awarded  the 
M.B.E. 
HENRY  WILLIAjM  H0\^^LL  COLLETT. 

Admitted  July  1914.  Of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  17th  (Service) 
Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.     Killed  in  action. 

JA]\IES  HENRY  COLLIER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908.  Member  of  Oswald  Hickson,  Collier  &  Co.,  of 
eMoorgate  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  North- 
amptonshire Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  to  Major. 

OSWALD    COLLIER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901,  practised  at  63  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Served 
as  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  Border  Regt. 

HARRY  COLLINGS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  Member  of  Field,  Cunningham  &  Collings,  of  Sale, 
Cheshire,  and  also  at  Manchester.  Joined  Sept.  27,  1915,  as  Private,  29th 
(Reserve)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Corporal  March  1916,  A/Sergeant 
May  1919.     Served  on  North-West  Frontier  in  India  May  to  Sept.  1919 

GEOFFREY  ABDY  COLLINS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Peake,  Bird,  Collins  &  Co.,  of  6  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.     Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade. 

HENRY  AIKEROYDE  COLLINS. 

Admitted  July  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  J.  A.  Collins,  of  1  New  Square, 
Lincoln's  Inn.  Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Corporal,  National  Reserve.  En- 
listed Inns  of  Court  Sept.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  Middlesex 
Regt.  (T.F.)  Oct.  3,  1914,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Nov.  1914,  transferred  to 
Ministry  of  Munitions  May  1917,  relinquished  Temp,  rank  of  Capt.  and  pro- 
moted to  1st  Lieut.  Posted  Royal  Engineers  Experimental  Station,  Porton, 
seconded  for  service  with  Royal  Engineers.  Gazetted  A/Capt.  Feb.  1919. 
Served  at  Home. 

HENRY  AKERMAN  DESMOND  COLLINS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904.  Assistant  Solicitor  Metropolitan  Water  Board, 
Savoy  Street,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  11th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.,  Temp.  Major  Sept.  1916  to  March  1917.  Served  with 
Mediterranean  Expeditionary  Force,  Gallipoli,  July  to  Oct.  1915,  and  with 
Egyptian  Expeditionary  Force  June  1916  to  May  1917. 

HORACE  ALEXANDER  COLLINS. 

Articled  to  E.  A.  Collins,  of  238  Edgware  Road,  W.  Joined  Sept.  8,  1914, 
as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  Nov.  9,  1914,  afterwards  appointed 
Divisional  Signalling  Officer,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  at  Kemmel  Hill  Sept.  18,  1917. 


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JAMES  ADOLPHUS  COLLINS. 

Admitted  May  1887,  practising  at  1  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C. 
Joined  March  10,  1915,  as  Lieut.,  14th  Supernumeraiy  Coy.,  2/6  Batt.  Essex 
Regt.,  Lieut.  24th  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade  Nov.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  Nov. 
1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  India. 

PHILIP  COLLINS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905.  Member  of  Peake,  Reed,  ColHns  &  Co.,  of  6  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.  Joined  August  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  The  Rifle  Brigade,  and  attained 
the  rank  of  Capt.     Killed  in  action  at  Hooge  July  30,  1915. 

ARTHUR  AMERY  COLLINSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Waltons  &  Co.,  of  101  Leaden- 
hall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  Sept.  22,  1914,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Capt.  May  1915.  Served  in  France.  Reported  missing 
at  the  Battle  of  Loos  Sept.  25-26,  1915,  and  officially  believed  to  have  been 
killed  in  action  on  that  date. 

CHARLES  HERBERT  COLLIS. 

Admitted  July  1880,  practising  at  Stourbridge.  Served  as  Col.,  South 
Midland  Division  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.). 

FRANK  REGINALD  COLLIS. 

Articled  to  Frank  Collis,  of  Stoke-upon-Trent.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Capt.  June  1915,  Major  Commanding 
D/77th  Brigade  16th  Irish  Division  1916.  Served  in  France  Jan.  1915  to 
Sept.  1916.     Killed  in  action  at  Combles  Sept.  27,  1916. 

GEORGE  DOUGLAS  COLLIS. 

Articled  to  F.  L.  Dickson,  of  Hanley.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt. 
North  Staffordshire  Regt. 

HERBERT  CHARLES  CLIVE  COLLIS. 

Articled  to  Frank  Collis,  of  Stoke-upon-Trent.  Joined  April  1917,  as 
Cadet,  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  A/277th  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery  Oct.  1,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  in  France  1917  to  1919.     Wounded  Feb.  27,  1918. 

MAURICE  JAMES  COLLIS-SANDES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913,  and  at  the  outbreak  of  War  was  about  to  be  admitted 
a  partner  in  the  firm  of  Young,  Jones  &  Co.,  of  2  Suffolk  Lane,  E.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  11th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  and  subsequently  promoted 
to  Capt.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Killed  in  action  Feb.  17,  1917. 

EDGAR  HENRY  COLLISON. 

Articled  to  E.  M.  Calvert,  of  Norwich.  Joined  Sept.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut., 
1/4  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  and  served  with  that  regiment  at  Gallipoli.  Invalided 
home  with  enteric  fever  and  subsequently  joined  the  Royal  Flying  Corps. 
Died  from  the  effects  of  a  flying  accident  in  Norfolk,  June  26,  1916. 

EDWIN  READ  COLLISSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  G.  R.  Thome,  Sons  &  Co.,  of  Wolver- 
hampton.    Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  and  served  for  some  months  as  Transport 


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Officer.     Went  to  France  Feb.  1915  and  promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant  1/6 
South  Staffordshire  Regt.     Killed  in  action  Oct.  13,  1915. 

ARTHUR  THOMAS  COLMAN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904,  practised  at  21  Essex  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Australian  Voluntary  Hospital,  and  in  May  1915  joined 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  transferred  subsequently  as  Private  to  7th  Batt. 
Middlesex  Regt.  Served  in  France,  Wounded  Aug.  27, 1916,  and  died  Aug.  28, 
1918.     Buried  at  Ligny-sur-Canehe. 

CLEIVIENT  GEORGE  COLMAN. 

Admitted  May  1911,  practised  at  25  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  July  26, 
1915,  as  Lieut.,  Army  Pay  Department,  promoted  Capt.  July  1918.  Served 
in  France. 

FREDERICK  JOHN  COLSON. 

Admitted  July  1899,  practising  at  22  Walbrook,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  6, 
1914,  as  Private,  15th  Batt.  Coun'v  of  London  Regt.  (C'vil  Service  R  fles), 
and  afterwards  promoted  Lance-Corporal.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Somerset 
Light  Infantry  Dec.  15,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918.  Recruiting  Officer 
and  Military  Representative  (Finsbury)  March  1917,  Chief  National  Service 
Representative,  County  of  Kent,  Oct.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

AUGUSTUS  GILBERT  COLVILE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1899.  Member  of  Adams  &  Colvile,  of  5  Frederick's 
Place,  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  28,  1914,  as  Capt.,  22nd  (Service)  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers,  Staff-Capt.  24th  Training  Reserve  Brigade  Feb.  1917  to  Jan. 
1918.     Served  at  Home. 

ROBERT  GEORGE  COMMIN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  Member  of  Stanley  Robinson  &  Commin,  of 
170  Strand,  W.C,  and  St.  Albans.  .loined  Dec.  9, 1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Obtained  commission  May  28,  1917, 
and  posted  to  .Srd  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  posted  to  21st  (Service)  Batt. 
Julv  1917,  rank  Lieut.  Served  at  Home  till  July  26,  1917,  and  in  France 
July  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

GERALD  EDMONDS  COMPSTON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  RoUit,  Sons  &  Compston,  of  3  Mincing 
Lane,  E.C.  Joined  Julv  17, 1918,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  Aug.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  HEXT  COMYNS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901,  practised  at  Torquav.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Batt. 
Hertfordshire  Regt.,  and  afterwards  promoted  Lieut.  Given  the  rank  of  Capt. 
whilst  Courts-Martial  Officer. 

JOHN  CONCHAR. 

Admitted  .Tune  1911.  Member  of  Sugden,  Dewhirst  &  Conchar,  of  Bradford. 
Joined  Aug.  12,  1914.  as  Lance-Corporal  (Dispatch  Ridf^r),  Royal  Engineers, 
promoted  Sergeant  Dec.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  West  Yorkshire  Regt. 
May  6,  1915,   appointed  Courts-Martial   Officer,  Tees    Garrison,   Nov.    1916, 


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Temp.  Capt.  General  List  May  1917.  Served  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1916. 
Wounded  at  St.  Eloi  Jan.  24,  1916. 

ALLAN  GEORGE  CONDI. 

Articled  to  C.  W.  Allan  Hodgson,  of  Carlisle.     Joined  July  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Border  Regt.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  Oct.  1, 
1916. 
GEORGE  AUGUSTUS  VICTOR  CONNOLLY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909,  practising  in  Solicitor's  Department,  South-Eastem 
&  Chatham  Railways.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Sept.  1914. 
Invalided  from  the  Service  Sept.  1915. 

CLIFFORD  GLOVER  CONOLLY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  White  &  Leonard,  of  Bank  Buildings, 
Ludgate  Circus,  E.C.     Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

ALAN  PENROSE  COODE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1896.     Member  of  Coodes,  of  St.  Austell.     Mobilised  Aug. 

1914,  as  Capt.,  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Major  June  1916. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  India  1914  and  1915,  Aden  1916, 
Palestine  and  Egypt  1917  and  1918. 

FREDERICK  JOHN  MERVYN  COOK. 

Articled  to  W.  F.  Cook,  of  Bristol.  MobiUsed  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Trooper, 
Royal  Gloucestershire  Hussars,  transferred  to  16th  Machine  Gun  Squadron, 
E.E.F.  1916.  Granted  commission  in  8th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry 
Nov.  28,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.     Served  at  Home  1914  to  March 

1915,  Egypt  April  to  Aug.  1915,  Gallipoli  (Suvla  Bay)  Aug.  to  Dec.  1915, 
Sinai  and  Palestine  Dec.  1915  to  Aug.  1917,  France  and  Belgium  April  1918 
to  March  1919. 

GEORGE  ROPE  COOK. 

Admitted  Aug.  1900.  Member  of  Hannay,  Horton  &  Cook,  of  Liverpool. 
Served  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 

JAMES  WATSON  COOK. 

Articled  to  W.  A.  Cook,  of  Southport,  Lanes.  Joined  Aug.  31,  1914,  as 
Private,  7th  Batt.   King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.F.).     Promoted  Sergeant  July 

1916,  Commissioned  Dec.  1916,  and  posted  to  7th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt. 
Jan.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918,  A/Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Awarded  M.C. 
and  Bar.  Served  in  France  from  March  1915  to  July  1916  and  Feb.  1917 
to  Sept.  1918,  and  in  Germany,  Army  of  Rhine,  Feb.  to  Nov.  1919. 

PERCY  MELLOWS  COOK. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Assistant  Solicitor  to  the  Bournemouth  Corpora- 
tion. Joined  Aug.  1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  Dec.  6,  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1916,  A /Capt.  Sept.  1916.  Served  in  France.  Killed 
in  action  near  Flers  Oct.  4,  1919. 

VICTOR  CHANDLER  COOK. 

Admitted  June  1911,  practising  at  11  Mansion  House  Chambers,  Queen 
Victoria  Street,  E.C.     Joined  Sept.  6,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company, 


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promoted  Lance-Corporal  June  1915,  Corporal  July  1915.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Sept.  21,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1916, 
Capt.  Dec.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  O.B.E.  Served 
in  France  Dec.  1914  to  June  1919. 

CHARLES  TAYLOR  COOKE. 

Admitted  June  1906.  Member  of  John  H.  Cooke  &  Sons,  of  Winsford. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  1915. 
Served  at  Home  and  at  Galhpoli.  Missing  at  Suvla  Bay  on  Aug.  10,  1915, 
and  afterwards  presumed  killed. 

FREDERICK  HORACE  COOKE. 

Admitted  July  1895,  practising  at  Crewe.  Joined  French  Red  Cross 
as  Motor  Driver  July  1916.  Awarded  Croix  de  Guerre  (French).  Served 
in  France. 

GUY  PROUDFOOT  COOKE. 

Articled  to  D.  F.  Cooke,  of  17  Coleman  Street,  E.G.  MobiHsed  Aug. 
1914,  as  Ordinary  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  A^olunteer  Reserve,  appointed 
Leading  Seaman  Aug.  1914.  Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Dec.  29,  1914.  Served 
in  Antwerp  expedition  Oct.  1914,  and  at  Galhpoli  Feb.  1915.  Killed  in  action 
at  Gaba  Tepe,  Galhpoli,  May  3,  1915. 

HERBERT  EDGAR  COOKE. 

Admitted  June  1906.  Member  of  Meade,  King,  Cooke  &,  Co.,  of  Bristol. 
Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  Dec.  1914  2nd 
Lieut.  2/1  Pembroke  Yeomanry,  promoted  Lieut.  1916,  Capt.  1918,  attached 
Deputy  A. P.M.,  Manchester.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

JOHN  KEMP  COOKE. 

Admitted  June  1903.  Member  of  John  H.  Cooke  &  Sons,  of  Winsford, 
Cheshire.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  7th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Served 
at  Home.     Died  July  29,  1915. 

NORMAN  FREDERIC  COOKE. 

Articled  to  J.  B.  Cooke,  of  Wakefield.  Joined  Sept.  20,  1914,  as  Private, 
15th  Batt.  West  Yorks.  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  North  Stafford- 
shire Regt.  Sept.  27,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  at  Home 
Sept.  1914  to  July  1916  and  Nov.  1916  to  March  1918,  France  July  to  Nov.  1916 
and  March  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Wounded  at  Grandcourt  Nov.  18,  1916,  and 
at  Lens  May  11,  1918. 

REGINALD  BERTRAM  COOKE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1906.  Member  of  Colman  &  Knight,  of  3  Verulam 
Buildings,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  April  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  July  4,  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.     Served  in  France  July  1916  to  Dec.  1918. 

REGINALD  CHARLES  COOKE. 

Admitted  March  1911,  practised  at  Weston-super-Mare  and  Cardiff. 
Enlisted  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  11th  Batt.  Welch  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
9th  Batt.  Welch  Regt.  1915.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Contalmaison  on  July  7,  1916. 


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THOMAS  COOKSEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  Member  of  Thomas  Cooksey  &  Co.,  of  Old  Hill, 
Staffs.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Capt.  May  1916.     Served  at  Home,  France,  and  Serbia. 

THOMAS  OWEN  COOKSEY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  W.  J.  Pitt,  of  Bridgenorth, 
Shropshire.  Joined  Feb.  4,  1915,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Depart- 
ment, promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  POWER  HICKS  COOKSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Brydges,  Mellersh  &  Mellersh, 
of  Cheltenham.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  2nd  Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1915,  Capt. 
March  1916.     Served  at  Home  and  France  and  Belgium. 

CHARLES  STANLEY  COOMBE. 

Admitted  July  1903.  Member  of  Gould  &  Coombe,  of  Sheffield.  Joined 
Oct.  12,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut,  and  Quartermaster  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  and  Quartermaster  June  1918. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France,  Belgium,  and  Germany. 

PHILIP  GURNEY  COOMBS. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Green,  of  Oundle,  Northamptonshire.  Joined  Aug. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northamptonshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1915, 
transferred  to  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Sept.  1916  as  Lieut.     Served  in  France. 

ALBERT  GORDON  COOPER. 

Admitted  April  1915,  practised  at  Barnsley.     Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Fusiliers.     Killed  in  action. 
EDWARD  VICTOR  BRODIE  COOPER. 

Articled  to  J.  L.  Norris,  of  Stroud.  Served  as  Private,  5th  (Reserve) 
Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt. 

ERNEST  READ  COOPER. 

Admitted  July  1888,  practising  at  South  wold,  Suffolk.  Gazetted  Major 
commanding  3rd  Vol.  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  Sept.  1,  1916.  Served  2  months 
whole-time  service  in  command  of  Special  Service  Company  on  East  Coast 
during  July  and  Aug.  1918.     Once  mentioned  in  dispatches. 

FRANK  COOPER. 

Admitted  April  1901.  Member  of  James  F.  Addison  &  Cooper,  of  Walsall. 
Served  as  Corporal,  13th  Company  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

FRANK  COOPER. 

Articled  to  Wilham  Irons,  of  Sheffield.  Enlisted  Oct.  1, 1915,  as  Rifleman, 
5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade),  transferred 
to  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  Oct.  1916,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Nov.  1916. 
Killed  Feb.  7,  1917,  by  rifle  grenade  when  on  duty  in  the  trenches  near  Ypres. 

GEOFFREY  HERBERT  COOPER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912,  practised  at  Manchester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2nd 
East  Lancashire  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  and  afterwards  promoted 
Lieut. 


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JOHN  GRAHAM  COOPER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Joined  Sept.  2,  1914,  as 
Private,  1/6  Batt.  Royal  Wanvickshire  Rcgt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  19, 
1915,  Royal  \Yar\vickshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  June 
1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  March  1915  to  Nov. 
1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Oct.  1918. 

JOHN  STUART  COOPER. 

Admitted  April  19C9,  practising  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Served  as  Lieut., 
Royal  Aimy  Service  Corps,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Major. 

LANCELOT  HEAD  COOPER. 

Articled  to  W.  May,  of  18  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd 
Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt. 

REGINALD  BRODIE  COOPER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1899.  Managing  Clerk  with  Baileys,  Shaw  &  Gillett,  of  5 
Berners  Street,  W.  Joined  June  1916,  as  Cadet,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (S.R.) 
Nov.  SO,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1918.  Served  at  Home  till  Aug.  1917, 
Gibraltar  Aug.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

THOMAS  COOPER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  Hindle,  Son  &  Cooper,  of  Darwen,  Lanes. 
Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  and  subse- 
quently promoted  to  Lieut.     Severely  wounded  on  the  Somme  May  24,  1918. 

WILLIAM  GORDON  COOPER. 

Articled  to  T.  A.  Higson,  of  Manchester.  Served  as  Private,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

WILLIAM  HEINEKEN  COOPER-HORSFALE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1891,  practised  at  Northallerton.  Joined  Jan.  1915,  as 
Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.,  transferred  to  Ministry  of  National  Service 
May  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

WALLACE  GRAHAM  HOZIER  COOPER-KING. 

Admitted  Dec.  1900,  practising  at  6  New  Court,  Carey  Street,  W.C.  Joined 
July  22,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  May  1917.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  July  to  Nov.  1916  and  July 
to  Dec.  1918. 

ALEC  COOPMAN. 

Articled  to  E.  H.   Coopman,   5  Giltspur  Street,  Holborn,  E.C.      Joined 
Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  20th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.     Served  in  France  only. 

GEOFFREY  SILVERWOOD  COPE. 

Articled  to  W.  Silverwood  Cope,  of  5  New  Court,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C. 
Was  in  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  at  outbreak  of  War.  Medically  examined  and 
rejected  as  unfit  for  military  service.  Joined  Headquarters  Staff  of  Royal 
Red  Cross  Society  Nov.  1914,  equipped  and  was  Transport  Officer  and  sub- 
sequently secretary  of  King  George  Military  Hospital,  Stamford  Street,  S.E.,. 
from  its  foundation  to  its  close.     Awarded  M.B.E.     Served  at  Home. 


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CHARLES  EDWARD  ERASER  COPEMAN. 

J  Admitted  Dec.  1895,  practising  at  Wisbech,  Cambs.  Mobil  sed  Aug.  1914 
as  Lieut. -Col.  commanding  1st  (Service)  Batt.  Cambridgeshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Col.  1918,  transferred  to  9th  Batt.  Northamptonshire  Regt.  Name  brought  to 
the  notice  of  Secretary  of  State  for  War  on  three  occasions.  Awarded  C.M.G. 
and  T.D.     Served  in  France  Feb.  to  May  1915  and  at  Home  on  East  Coast. 

JOHN  YOUNG  COPEMAN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910,  practising  at  Victoria,  British  Columbia.  Joined 
Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  Corporal 
Sept.  1914,  Sergeant  Nov.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Leicester- 
shire Regt.  Sept.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Temp.  Capt.  attached 
181st  Infantry  Brigade  June  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
in  France  Sept.  1914  to  Sept.  1915,  Mesopotamia  June  1916  to  Dec.  1917, 
Egyptian  Expeditionary  Force  and  Palestine  Jan.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

HAROLD  WALLACE  COPLAND. 

Articled  to  Charles  Owen,  of  Stafford.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Trooper, 
Staffordshire  Yeomanry.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery 
Nov.  5,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Capt.  Aug.  1917.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  France. 

HENRY  TOWNSEND  COPLAND. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  Sheerness.  Joined  May  1918,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Queen's  Own  Royal  West  Kent 
Regt.     Served  at  Home. 

MAURICE  COPLAND. 

Admitted  May  1902.  Member  of  Copland  &  Sons,  of  7  Union  Court, 
Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.,  and  Chelmsford.  Served  as  Private,  5th  (Cinque 
Ports)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  (T.).  Died  at  the  Stationary  Hospital, 
Boulogne,  on  March  21,  1915. 

REGINALD  WALLACE  COPLAND. 

Articled  to  Charles  Owen,  of  Stafford.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914., 
transferred  to  Indian  Army  in  Aug.  1917  to  3/1  K.G.O.  Gurkha  Rifles  as 
Lieut.,  promoted  Capt.  April  1919.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1915,  France  1915 
to  1916,  Home  in  1916,  France  1916  to  1917,  India  1917  to  1919.  Killed  outside 
Fort  Sandeman,  Baluchistan,  during  the  Afghanistan  War,  on  July  26,  1919. 

ALFRED  BERESFORD  COPLEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914,  practised  at  Rotherham.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Machine  Gun  Corps.     Killed  in  action  Aug.  26,  1917. 

ADRIAN  GRAY  CORBETT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Slaughter  &  May,  of  18  Austin  Friars, 
E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Sussex  Yeomanry.  Awarded  the  Order  of  the 
Crown  of  Italy  (Officer). 

ROWLAND  GEORGE  CORBETT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Fowler,  Langley  &  Wright, 
of  Wolverhampton.     Joined  Oct.  26,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service 


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Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  Corporal  June  1916.     Served  at  Home  Oet.  1915  to 
Feb.  1916,  France  Feb.  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

CLIVE  SHEWELL  CORDER. 

Articled  to  W,  S.  Burton,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  April  1918, 
as  Cadet,  Durham  University  O.T.C.     Served  at  Home. 

BENJAIMIN  SPRINGBETT  CORKE. 

Admitted  May  1896,  practised  at  Gloucester.  Joined  April  30,  1917, 
1st  Regt.  of  the  French  Foreign  Legion.  Awarded  Croix  de  Guerre  (Silver 
Star).     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

NIGEL  ARTHUR  CORKE. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Duncan,  6  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  13,  1914,  as 
Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Served  at  Home  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915  and 
Feb.  1915  to  Aug.  1916,  B.E.F.  France,  Jan.  to  Feb.  1915.  Discharged 
Aug.  26,  1916. 

ALFRED  LINGHAM  CORLETT. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Draycott,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th 
Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

EDWARD  JAMES  CORNISH. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Sloan,  of  Bristol.  Joined  March  2,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
1/4  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.,  seconded  to  51st  (H.D.) 
Machine  Gun  Batt.  June  6,  1918.  Served  in  France  and  Germany.  Wounded 
at  Ypres,  Aug.  16,  1917. 

THOMAS  HENRY  CORNISH. 

Admitted  Jan.  1886.  Member  of  T.  H.  &  J.  B.  Cornish,  of  Penzance. 
Mobilised  through  National  Reserve  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Col.,  4th  Batt.  Duke  of 
Cornwall's  Light  Infantry  (T.),  served  as  R.O.  until  Sept.  1915,  then  appointed 
Sub- Area  Commander,  No.  1  Cornwall.     Served  at  Home. 

PETER  CHURCHILL  CORNISH-BOWDEN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900,  practising  at  Newton  Abbot,  Devon.     Joined  June  12, 

1916,  as  Private,  4th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  (36th  Provisional  Batt.).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  3rd  (Foreign  Service)  Garrison  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.  Feb.  11, 

1917,  transferred  from  3rd  (Foreign  Service)  Garrison  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt. 
(at  Rangoon)  and  to  25th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  (at  Singapore),  promoted 
Lieut,  Aug.  1918.  Served  at  Home  until  March  1917,  Burma  to  Nov.  1917, 
Singapore  to  July  1918,  Siberia  Aug.  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  Hong  Kong  March 
1919,  Home  May  to  June  1919. 

GUY  TEMPLE  CORRIE. 

Articled  to  C.  S.  Hind,  Ormond  House,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  19,  1914,  as 
A.B.,  Hawke  Battalion  Royal  Naval  Division.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Warwickshire  Regt.  Nov.  23,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Inspector  of 
Propellants  1917  to  1919.  Served  in  Gallipoh  1915,  France  1916.  Wounded  at 
Delville  Wood,  France,  July  28,  1916. 

OWEN  CECIL  KIRKPATRICK  CORRIE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  R.  S.  Taylor,  Son  &  Humbert, 
4  Field  Court,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.     Joined  Aug.  5, 1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 


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O.T.C.  (Squadron).     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  North  Somerset  Yeomanry  Jan.   6, 

1915,  O.C.  No.  9  (afterwards  X/33)  Trench  Mortar  Battery  July  1915  to  April 

1916,  A/Lieut.  Dec.  1915,  A/Capt.,  Trench  Mortar  Officer,  39th  Division, 
B.E.F.,  April  1916  to  May  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  Trench 
Mortar  Officer,  54th  Division,  E.E.F.,  Sept.  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  transferred 
to  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  attached  272nd  Brigade  Aug.  1918,  Temp.  Capt., 
Military  Magistrate,  Nablus,  and  Judicial  Officer,  Haifa,  March  1919,  Temp. 
Major,  Vice-President,  Court  of  Appeal,  Jerusalem,  April  1919.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  June  1915  to  July  1917, 
and  in  Palestine  from  July  1917. 

JOHN  SIDNEY  CORSER. 

Admitted  June  1904,  practised  at  Wellington,  Shropshire.  Served  as 
Private,  5th  Batt.  Shropshire  Light  Infantry. 

JAMES  RUSSELL  CORT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practised  at  Manchester.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Seaforth 
Highlanders. 

RALPH  EDGAR  COSTELLO. 

Articled  to  Henry  Clarkson,  of  9  Ironmonger  Lane,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt. 

JOHN  NICHOLDS  FRANKLIN  COTTERELL. 

Articled  to  John  N.  Cotterell,  of  Walshall.  Joined  March  25,  1918,  as 
Cadet  at  No.  3  Royal  Field  Artillery  Officers'  Cadet  School,  Weedon.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  16,  1918,  posted  to  14th  Battery  3a  Reserve  Brigade. 
Served  at  Home  (Southern  Command). 

ROBERT  ARTHUR  COTTON. 

Articled  to  John  Davies,  of  Llanidloes,  North  Wales.  Joined  March  11, 
1915,  as  Private,  2/7  Batt.  Royal  Welch  FusiHers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  to  5th 
Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  May  21,  1915,  Lieut,  and  Quartermaster  May  1915, 
seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  March  1918.  Served  at  Home  March  1915  to 
Oct.  1916  and  March  1918  to  July  1918,  Egypt  and  Sinai  Oct.  1916  to  March 
1917,  France  March  1917  to  March  1918  and  July  1918  to  Oct.  1918.  Wounded 
Aug.  31,  1918. 

JONATHAN  COUCH. 

Articled  to  John  Stephens,  of  St.  Austell.  Embodied  as  Corporal  in  the 
Royal  1st  Devon  Yeomanry  Aug.  5,  1914,  promoted  Sergeant  Oct.  1915, 
Squadron-Quartermaster-Sergeant  March  1916.  Granted  commission  as 
2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Wiltshire  Regt.  March  27,  1918.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France.     Wounded  Nov.  5,  1918. 

CHARLES  DOUGLAS  COULBY. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  H.  Green,  of  Nottingham.  Joined  March  16,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  7th  (Robin  Hood)  Batt.  The  Sherwood  Foresters,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1916,  seconded  Tank  Corps  Jan.  1918,  A/Capt.  Oct.  1918, 
Temp.  Capt.  Dec.  1918.  Served  in  France  1915,  1916,  1917,  1918.  Wounded 
at  Hohenzollern  Redoubt  Oct.  13,  1915. 


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AUBREY  EWAN  COULTON. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Member  of  Coulton  &  Son,  of  King's  Lynn. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  6th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Went  to  France 
attached  to  the  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.,  and  was  killed  in  action  at  Laventie 
July  19,  1916. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  COUPE. 

Admitted  March  1909.  Member  of  Coupe  &  Harrison,  of  Preston,  Lanes. 
Joined  Sept.  15,  1916,  as  Private,  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.,  transferred 
to  Army  Pay  Corps  Nov.  1916,  to  3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Border  Regt.  Aug. 
1918,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Corporal  both  in  the  Army  Pay  Corps  and 
in  the  Border  Regt.     Served  at  Home. 

CECIL  HALES  COURT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  W.  H.  Court  &  Son,  of  181  Piccadilly, 
W.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  19th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Oct.  3,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
A/Capt.  Nov.  1916,  Captain  Aug.  1918,  Staff-Lieut.  War  Office  Nov.  1918. 
Served  at  Home. 

WILLIAM  COURT. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Argles,  of  Maidstone.  Joined  Dec.  11,  1915,  as  Private, 
15th  (T.R.)  Batt.,  promoted  Lance-Corpl.  Manchester  Regt.,  transferred 
to  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  April  15,  1918. 
Served  in  France. 

ALEXANDER  PANT^LIS  COUSTAS. 

Articled  to  J.  J.  Stavridi,  of  40  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Staff- 
Sergeant-Major,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

DOUGLAS  FREEMAN  COUTTS. 

Articled  to  W.  M.  Walter,  of  31  Budge  Row,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
10th  Batt.  London  Regt. 

HERBERT  JOHN  COVE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1898,  practised  at  Northampton.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Northamptonshire  Yeomanry. 

CHARLES  STUART  COW. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  Horsley  &  Weightman,  of  1  Guildhall 
Chambers,  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  June  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Oct.  1917. 
Served  in  France  and  at  Home. 

HENRY  WALTER  COWEN. 

Articled  to  George  Elder,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  May  8,  1916, 
as  Dispatch  Rider  with  Signal  Section  of  Royal  Engineers.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  in  1918.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  or 
about  Sept.  27,  1918. 

MYER  HENRY  COWEN. 

Articled  to  Joseph  Cohen,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  July  26,  1917,  as 
Private,  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.,  promoted  Corporal  July  1918,  transferred 
to  Army  Pay  Corps  immediately  after  joining  the  Forces.     Served  at  Home. 


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CLIFFORD  HORACE  HENRY  COWL. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Member  of  Arthur  E.  Cowl  &  Son,  of  Great 
Yarmouth.  Joined  Jan.  15,  1919,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  1915,  Corporal  1916.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  March  10,  1917,  seconded 
to  12th  Infantry  Labour  Company  Lincolnshire  Regt.  March  1917,  promoted 
Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served  at  Home  Jan.  1915  to  March  1917,  and  in  Belgium 
and  France  March  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

HENRY  LETHBRIDGE  COWLARD. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Member  of  Cowlard,  Grylls  &  Cowlard,  of 
Launceston.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914,  as  Capt.,  10th  Batt.  Welch  Regt.,  Staff- 
Capt.  76th  Infantry  Brigade,  25th  Division,  Jan.  1915.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France  and  Belgium. 

GEORGE  HAMILTON  IVENS  COWLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908,  practising  at  Coventry.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
90th  Heavy  Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

JOHN  NORMAN  COWLEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  OfBoxmore,  Herts.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  4th  Batt.  East  Anglian  Field  Artillery  Brigade  Feb.  20,  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1915,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  19th  Brigade  Royal  Horse  Artillery  July 
1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  Nov.  1914  to  Feb. 
1915,  Egypt  and  Palestine  Feb.  1915  to  Oct.  1918. 

RONALD  FOSTER  COWLISHAW. 

Admitted  Feb  1911.  Member  of  Cowlishaw  &  Son,  of  Uttoxeter.  Served 
as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
5th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt. 

BERNARD  KILMISTER  COX. 

Admitted  March  1912,  practising  at  Leeds.  Served  as  Sergeant,  30th  Motor 
Ambulance  Convoy. 

CECIL  HAMMOND  COX. 

Articled  to  E.  A.  B.  Cox,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Aug.  21, 1915,  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Medical  Corps,  promoted  Sergeant  April  1916.     Served  in  France. 

DLTDLEY  ALFRED  COX. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Fowler,  of  1  York  Buildings,  Adelphi,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  15,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  The  East  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct. 
1914,  Capt.  Sept.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  in  France  1914  to  1915  (6  months),  Alexandria  Nov.  1915  (1  month),^ 
Macedonia  Dec.  1915  to  Aug.  1918,  Constantinople  March  1919  (1  month). 
Slightly  wounded  at  Loos  Oct.  1915. 

EDWARD  GEOFFREY  HIPPISLEY  COX. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907.  Member  of  Dyson,  Bell  &  Co.,  of  3a  Dean's  Yard, 
Westminster,  S.W.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  16th  Batt.  County  of  Lon- 
don Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles),  promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1914,  Brevet 
Major  in  Army  June  1917,  Major  (Substantive)  Sept.  1917,  Temp.  Lieut.-CoL 


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in  Army  May  1918,  On  Staff,  Staff-Capt.  July  1915,  D.A.Q.M.G.  March  1916, 
D.A.A.G.  Aug.  1917,  A.A.G.  May  1918  (London  District).  Twice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  Brevet  Major  in  Army,  C.B.E.  (MiUtary).  Served  in 
France  and  at  Home. 

HARLEIGH  COX. 

Articled  to  W.  F.  Long,  of  Bath.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  1st  Batt. 
Gloucestershire  Regt.,  and  promoted  Capt.  8th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt. 
Dec.  27,  1914.     Killed  in  action  near  the  village  of  La  Boiselle  July  3,  1916. 

LEONARD  CHARLES  COX. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909.  Member  of  Byrch,  Cox  &  Sons,  of  Evesham.  Joined 
Nov.  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  Lieut.  Worcester- 
shire Regt.  1916.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  March  1918. 

SYDNEY  GEORGE  COX. 

Admitted  March  1908.  Member  of  Coad  &  Cox,  of  27  Old  Jewry,  E.G. 
Joined  July  5,  1916,  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  1/8  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  March  28,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918. 
Served  in  France. 

TARRANT  DORAN  COX. 

Admitted  May  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Francis  &  Crookenden,  of  23 
Lincoln's  Inn  Fields  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  26,  1914,  as  Rifleman,  9th  Batt. 
King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  8th  Batt.  Sept.  1915. 
Served  in  Belgium  and  France  May  1915  to  July  1916.  Wounded  at  Ypres 
July  11,  1915,  and  at  Arras  July  1, 1916.  Discharged  through  wounds  received 
in  action  Oct.  20,  1916. 

BASIL  COZENS-HARDY. 

Admitted  July  1911.  Member  of  Cozens-Hardy  &  Jewson,  of  Norwich. 
Joined  Oct.  21,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  1916,  Capt.  Aug.  1917.  Served  at  Home  to  Aug.  1918,  and  in  France 
Aug.  to  Sept..  1918.  Wounded — leg  amputated — near  St.  Quentin  Sept.  18, 
1918. 

NEWMAN  CRABTREE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1897.  Member  of  Clough  &  Crabtree,  of  Cleckheaton. 
Joined  Aug.  15,  1914,  as  Private,  4th  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt.  Gazetted 
Lieut.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Sept.  23,  1914,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  A/Major 
Nov.  1916  to  Jan.  1917.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  at  Home  and  France. 

RONALD  ARTHUR  CHARLES  CRADOCK-HARTOPP. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905.  Formerly  member  of  Marcy  &  Hartopp,  of  7  New 
Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  15,  1914,  as  Private,  University  and 
Public  Schools  Batt.  20th  Royal  Fusiliers,  Company  Quartermaster-Sergeant 
Sept.  1914.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  Oct.  23,  1917.  Served  at 
Home  and  France.  Invalided  from  France  1916  with  trench  fever  and  neuritis 
contracted  on  active  service. 

GEOFFREY  ETHELBERT  CRAGG. 

Admitted  July  1910,  practised  at  Reigate.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Sergeant,  5th  Batt.  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.,  volunteered  in  Aug. 


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1915  to  go  from  India  to  Persian  Gulf,  and  reverted  to  Corporal.  Served  at 
Home,  in  India,  and  in  Mesopotamia.  Died  of  dysentry  at  Kut-el-Amara 
on  Oct.  17,  1915. 

ALLEN  HOYTE  CRAIG. 

Admitted  April  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  James  Mellor  &  Coleman,  of 
12  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  10,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Ser\dce 
Corps  (M.T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Sept.  14,  1915, 
and  attained  the  rank  of  A/Capt.  Served  in  British  Expeditionary  Force 
Nov.  1914  to  Nov.  1918,  and  afterwards  with  British  Army  of  the  Rhine. 

THOMAS  EDGAR  CRAIK. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Craik,  of  Batley.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1914, 
Capt.  Nov.  1915,  Major  (temporary  rank  in  Machine  Gun  Corps)  Feb.  1918. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  England  till  Sept.  1915  and  from  Dec.  1917  to 
Dec.  1918,  and  in  France  and  Belgium  Sept.  1915  to  Dec.  1917. 

PERCY  CRAMPTON. 

Admitted  June  1913.  Member  of  T.  R.  Dootson,  of  Leigh.  Joined  May 
1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Lieut.  2/5  Batt.  Loyal 
North  Lancashire  Regt.  Aug.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  May  24,  1917. 

ALBERT  CHARLES  CRANE. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Beck,  of  21  Lime  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Corporal, 
Machine  Gun  Corps.     Killed  in  action  in  France  July  23,  1916. 

LUCIUS  FRANCIS  CRANE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Member  of  Francis  Miller  &  Steele,  of  6  Finsbury 
Square,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1915,  as  Cadet,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  14th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt. 
Aug.  4,  1917.  Served  in  France.  Gassed  March  1918.  Killed  in  action  near 
Cambrai  Oct.  8,  1918. 

PERCIVAL  JETHRO  CRANG. 

Articled  to  J.  T.  Bond,  of  Plymouth.  Joined  Aug.  1,  1915,  as  Private, 
Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Devonshire  Regt. 
Oct.  25,  1916,  went  to  France  Nov.  1916.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Placed  on  retired  list  through  ill-health  contracted  on  active  service  July  8, 
1918.  Totally  incapacitated  from  "retirement."  Died  from  effects  on 
March  18,  1920. 

LEONARD  GEORGE  CRAUFORD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910,  practising  at  69  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined 
Oct.  1916,  as  Sapper,  London  Electrical  Engineers,  promoted  Corporal  June 
1918.     Served  at  Home  (Anti-Aircraft). 

ALEXANDER  BASIL  CRAWFORD. 

Admitted  June  1914,  practised  at  Boston,  Lines.  Enlisted  Aug.  1914, 
as  Private,  4th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  (T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  14th  Batt. 
Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  Feb.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  17th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire 
Regt.  Sept.  1915.     Killed  in  action  near  Richboorg  St.  Vaust  May  16,  1916. 


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FRANK  SPENCER  CRAWFORD. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Spencer,  of  Tredegar,  Mon.  Joined  Sept.  21,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  Capt. 
Dec.  1916,  attached  18th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Aug.  1916  to  Oct.  1917, 
and  to  9th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Feb.  to  Sept.  1919.  Served  at  Home  1| 
years,  and  in  France  and  with  Army  at  the  Rhine  3|  years.  Seriously 
wounded,  Ypres  Salient,  May  3,  1915. 

HAMILTON  WALKER  CRAW  FORD. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Member  of  Ingledews,  Sons  &  Crawford,  of  Swansea. 
Joined  Feb.  9,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/1  Pembroke  Yeomanry,  promoted  Lieut. 
1916,  seconded  Machine  Gun  Corps  (Cavalry)  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

HUGH  CRAWTORD. 

Articled  to  R.  W.  Brighouse,  of  Ormskirk.  Served  as  Private,  17th 
(Service)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.     Killed  in  action. 

WILLIAM  LINDSAY  CRAWFORD. 

Admitted  March  1909,  practising  at  Doncaster.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut., 
5th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  Aug.  28,  1914,  promoted 
Lieut.  1915,  Capt.  June  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Croix  de  Guerre  (gold 
star).     Served  in  France,  Belgium,  and  Germany. 

FRANCIS  SEYIMOUR  CRAWSHAW. 

Articled  to  G.  H.  Simpson,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  the  Machine  Gun  Corps 
in  January  1916  as  a  Private.  Served  at  Salonica.  Died  of  disease  in  Hospital 
at  Salonica  Sept.  19,  1918. 

FRANCIS  CRAZE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Of  Canada.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt. 
Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  attached  6th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt., 
promoted  Lieut.,  held  the  rank  of  Capt.  whilst  Courts-Martial  Officer. 

ROBERT  HENRY  HERBERT  CREAK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1886,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Was  Major,  8th  Batt. 
Worcestershire  Regt.,  at  outbreak  of  War.  Retained  same  rank  except  for 
short  period  as  A/Lieut.-Col.  in  France.  Served  in  7th  (Reserve)  Batt. 
Worcesteshire  Regt.  after  return  to  England.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium 
March  1915  to  April  1916,  and  remainder  at  Home. 

HARRY  WILLIAM  HAY  CREASY. 

Articled  to  R.  J.  Cooke,  of  22  Surrey  Street,  Victoria  Embankment, 
W.C.  Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  Sept.  19,  1914,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  11th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  Oct.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  March  1916.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France  Oct.  1915  to  June  1916.  Killed  in  action  June  13, 
1916. 

CHARLES  EDWARD  VICTOR  CREE. 

Articled  to  his  father,  A.  W.  Cree,  of  13  Gray's  Inn  Square,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
6th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  proceeded  to  France 
July  1915,  and  promoted  Lieut.  Oct  1915.     Killed  in  action  July  20,  1916. 


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HERBERT  EDWARD  CREE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1895.  Member  of  Cree  &  Turner,  of  109  Jermyn  Street, 
St.  James's,  S.W.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  A.B.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve, 
subsequently  promoted  Chief  Petty  Officer. 

JOHN  FRANCIS  GEORGE  CREE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1907.  Member  of  Cree  &  Son,  of  13  Gray's  Inn  Square, 
W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.,  afterwards  transferred 
to  the  Welch  Regt.  and  promoted  Lieut. 

CHARLES  NUGENT  CREECH. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Creech,  of  Blandford  and  Sturminster  Newton.  Joined 
Sept.  7,  1914,  as  Gunner,  1st  Dorset  Battery  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  trans- 
ferred to  Headquarters  217th  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  in  1916  with  rank 
of  Bombardier.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  and  in  India  Nov.  1914 
to  March  1919. 

LESLIE  CREERY. 

Articled  to  N.  H.  Wightwick,  of  Canterbury.  Served  as  Private,  Public 
Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Royal 
West  Kent  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 

ALFRED  CRERAR. 

Admitted  April  1898,  practising  at  Maryport,  Cumberland.  Gazetted 
Dec.  1,  1915,  2nd  Lieut.  3/4  East  Lancarshire  (Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal  Field 
Artillery,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Jan.  1916,  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  No.  3 
Siege  Artillery  Reserve  Brigade  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Oct.  1917.  Served 
at  Home  only. 

EDWARD  ARTHUR  CRESSWELL. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Neve  Thorneycroft  &  Co., 
of  Wolverhampton.  Rejoined  Aug.  4, 1914,  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  South  Stafford- 
shire Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Capt.  May  1915.  Served  in  France  Feb.  to  Oct. 
1915.     killed  in  action  Oct.  13,  1915. 

FRANCIS  NATHANIEL  CRESWICK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as 
Lieut.  (T.F.  General  List),  Supernumerary  Company  attached  West  Yorkshire 
Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  April  1915,  transferred  to  Royal  Defence  Corps 
May  1916,  1st  Garrison  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  May  1917, 
attached  1st  Garrison  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers  Nov.  1917.  Served 
at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Nov.  1917,  and  at  Malta  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919. 

GEORGE  WALTON  CRICKETT. 

Admitted  June  1908.  Member  of  Charles  Howard  &  Co.,  of  Manchester. 
Joined  Aug.  1914  as  Private.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  North  Staffordshire  Regt., 
and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.     Served  in  France  and  India. 

LAWRENCE  LAYTON  CRISP. 

Articled  to  J.  B.  Allan,  of  7  King's  Bench  Walk,  Temple,  E.C.  Joined 
Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  18th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
13th  Batt.  The  Cheshire  Regt.  Feb.  27,   1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917, 


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Capt.  Labour  Corps  April  1918.     Served  in  France  Sept.  1915  to  Feb.  1916 
and  Aug.  1916  to  April  1919.     Wounded  in  Battle  of  the  Somme  Oct.  1916. 

ARCHIBALD  THOMAS  CROCKER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912,  practising  at  21  Buckingham  Street,  W.C.  Served 
as  Corporal,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

WALTER  ANGUS  CROCKER. 

Articled  to  W.  C.  Crocker,  93  Gresham  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  7, 
1914,  as  Private,  17th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  attached  5th  Machine 
Gun  Company  Nov.  1915  to  March  1916,  transferred  to  85th  Company  Machine 
Gun  Corps  Nov.  1916  to  Feb.  1919.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Nov.  1915 
and  March  to  Oct.  1916,  France  Nov.  1915  to  March  1916,  Salonica  Oct. 
1916  to  Dec.  1918,  Constantinople  Dec.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Wounded  at 
Souchey  (France)  March  30,  1916. 

WILLIAIM  CHARLES  CROCKER. 

Admitted  July  1912,  practising  at  93  Gresham  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
June  9,  1917,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Dorsetshire  Regt.  June  1918,  attached  1st 
Batt.  Oct.  1918.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France. 

ERIC  BERTRAM  CROCKFORD. 

Articled  to  A.  L.  Crockford,  of  Birmingham.     Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
14th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Royal 
Warwickshire    Regt.  Aug.    1915,  subsequently  promoted    Lieut.      Served    in 
France  in  1916  and  1918. 
LESLIE  CHARLES  CROCKFORD. 

Admitted  May  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Arthur  L.  Crockford,  of 
Birmingham.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire 
Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  March  1916,  Staff-Capt.  143rd  Infantry  Brigade 
1917,  Brevet  Major  June  1918,  D.A.Q.M.G.,  G.H.Q.  (Italy),  Oct.  1918.  Twice 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Italian  Croce  di  Guerra. 
Served  in  England  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915,  France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1917, 
Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919. 
DESMOND  WARRICK  CROFT. 

Articled  to  E.  H.  Freshfield,  of  31  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug  1914, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commission  in  5th  Batt.  South  Wales 
Borderers  Sept.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1915,  Major 
March  1917.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and 
M.C.  Served  in  France  July  1915  to  June  1917  and  Nov.  1917  to  April  1918. 
Twice  wounded. 

LEONARD  WILBERFORCE  CROFT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905,  practised  at  68  Aldersgate  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

EDWARD  SPENCER  CROFT-SMITH. 

Articled  to  Wm.  J.  Robbins,  of  218  Strand,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914 
as  Private,   28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).     Gazetted 


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2nd  Lieut.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  March  1915.     Served  in  France.     Reported 
missing  May  10, 1915,  subsequently  presumed  to  have  been  killed  on  that  date. 

HENRY  CROFTON. 

Admitted  JMarch  1903,  practising  at  South  Shields  and  Haltwhistle. 
Joined  June  30,  1917,  as  Private,  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted 
Corporal  Army  Pay  Corps.     Served  in  Egypt. 

JOHN  CECIL  CROFTS. 

Admitted  March  1915.     Of  92  Great  Tower  Street,  E.C.     Joined  1915, 
as  Private,  East  Kent.  Regt.  (The  Buffs).     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Suffolk 
Regt.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Labour  Corps  1917.     Served  in  France. 
ALFRED  CROMPTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Member  of  W.  W.  Crompton  &  Son,  of  Bury. 
Joined  July  12,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt., 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Severely  wounded 
at  Wytcheate  Ridge,  July  21,  1917,  and  at  Havrincourt  Wood  (Cambrai), 
Sept.  15,  1918. 

NEVILLE  CROMPTON. 

Articled  to  T.  R.  Bertwhistle,  of  Bury.  Joined  Dec.  18,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
attached  to  Royal  Flpng  Corps  Nov.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1917,  trans- 
ferred to  Royal  Air  Force  April  1918,  promoted  Capt.  and  Flight-Commander 
April  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Dec.  1914!  to 
Feb.  1916,  Egypt  Feb.  1916  to  April  1917,  France  May  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

WILLIAM  EARLE  CROINIPTON. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Member  of  Crompton  &  Crompton,  of  Bolton, 
Lanes.     Served  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

LESLIE  ARTHUR  CROOK. 

Articled  to  Merton  A.  Jones,  of  11  Old  Jewry  Chambers,  E.C.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  with  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  went  to 
France  in  Oct.  1914,  and  given  a  commission  in  The  Queen's  Royal  West 
Surrey  Regt.  in  Jan.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  in  July  1917.  Twice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded 
three  times.     Killed  in  action  Sept.  25,  1917. 

CECIL  WOODROW  CROSS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899.  Member  of  Beckingsale,  Greenwood,  Tucker  &  Cross, 
34  Copthall  Avenue,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  16,  1914,  as  A.B.,  Royal  Naval  Volun- 
teer Reserve.  Subsequently  gazetted  Temp.  Lieut. -Commander.  Awarded 
O.B.E.  (Military  Branch). 

EDWARD  PEEL  CROSS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1895,  practising  at  Harrogate.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  5th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Jan.  1915.  Gazetted 
to  T.F.  Reserve  June  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

GEORGE  HENRY  CROSS. 

Admitted  May  1910,  practised  at  Prescot.  Served  as  Private,  10th 
Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish).  Afterwards  obtamed 
commission  in  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  and  promoted  Lieut, 


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JAMES  HUNSDON  CROSS. 

Admitted  July  1902,  practising  at  Cardiff.  Joined  Sept.  4,  1914,  as 
Private,  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Welch  Regt.  May  4,  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1916,  transferred  to  1st  Batt.  Tank  Corps  Dec.  1916, 
promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1918.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded  and 
gassed  at  Villiers  Bretonneux  April  17,  1918. 

PHILIP  ANDREW  CROSS. 

Articled  to  E.  W.  Pierce,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  March  29,  1915,  as  Sub- 
Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1916.  Served 
in  Home  waters  1915  to  1916,  and  at  Gibraltar  1917,  1918,  1919. 

MARLBOROUGH  EVELYN  BEDFORD  CROSSE. 

Articled  to  H.  B.  E.  Barwell-Ewins,  of  Birmingham.  Enlisted  Sept. 
1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Went 
to  France  Oct.  26,  1914,  and  was  there  transferred  to  2nd  Batt.  Yorkshire 
Regt.  (The  Green  Howards)  on  Nov.  13,  1914,  having  received  a  commission  as 
2nd  Lieut,  and  appointed  Machine  Gun  Officer.  Killed  in  action  March  14, 
1915. 

CECIL  CROSSKEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1882.  Member  of  Mathews,  James  &  Crosskey,  of 
Birmingham.  Mobilised,  as  Major,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted 
Lieut. -Col.  June  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  O.B.E. 
(Military  Division).     Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium. 

GUY  ROBERT  CROUCH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Parrott  &  Coales,  of  Aylesbury. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry  (T.F.), 
promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Sept.  1914,  Capt.  July  1916,  A/Major  Aug.  1918, 
attached  to  1/5  Batt.  Gloucester  Regt.  July  1918.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915, 
France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  and  again 
in  France  Sept.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Wounded  in  front  of  Peronne  Feb.  28, 
1917. 

LIONEL  WILLIAM  CROUCH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909,  practised  at  Aylesbury.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914, 
as  Capt.,  1st  Bucks.  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry.  Served  at 
Home  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915,  and  then  in  France.  Killed  in  action  in  the 
1st  Battle  of  the  Somme  July  21,  1916. 

ARTHUR  ARNOLD  CROW. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Mander,  of  7  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  Nov.  26,  1914, 
promoted  1st  Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Capt.  July  1915,  appointed  Adjutant  of  Officers' 
Instruction  School,  Tunbridge  Wells,  in  the  spring  of  1915.  In  July  1916 
resigned  commission  on  account  of  ill-health.  Subsequently  went  to  Messines 
to  assist  Church  Army  in  canteen  work.  On  passing  of  the  Review  of  Exemp- 
tion Act  in  1917  at  once  presented  himself  for  examination,  and  was  marked  fit 
for  active  service.     As,  however,  previous  medical  boards  had  refused  to  allow 


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him  to  proceed  to  France  as  a  commissioned  officer,  he  enlisted  in  the  Essex 
Regt.  as  a  Private,  proceeding  to  France  on  Sept.  7,  1917.  He  was  killed 
Oct.  10,  1917,  in  the  attack  on  the  Passchendaele  Ridge,  3rd  Battle  of  Ypres. 

GEORGE  BERTRAM  CRO\VDER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1902.  Member  of  Vizard,  Oldham,  Crowder  &  Cash,  of 
51  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  1,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  (S  R.),  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  and  Adjutant 
Aug.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Serbia  Aug.  1916  to 
Nov.  1918. 

GODFREY  DEVERIL  CROWTHER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1902,  practising  at  Plymouth.  Served  as  Lieut., 
Devonshire  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

JOHN  EDWARD  MARMADUKE  CROWTHER. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Member  of  Hargreaves  &  Crowthers,  of  23  Abingdon 
Street,  Westminster,  S.W.  Joined  Dec.  28,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt. 
London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  11th  Batt.  East  Surrey 
Regt.  March  10,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  13th  Batt.  July  1917.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  at  Home  Dec.  1914  to  May  1916,  Sept.  1916  to  May  1917,  and 
March  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  and  in  France  May  to  Sept.  1916,  and  May  1917  to 
March  1918.  Wounded  in  attack  on  Flers  Sept.  15, 1916,  and  in  attack  on  Mory 
March  23,  1918. 

PHILIP  MAIN  CROWTHER. 

Admitted  July  1914,  practised  at  Bradford.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
6th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Commissioned  May  1917  to  5th  Batt.  West 
Yorkshire  Regt.,  gazetted  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
at  Thiepval  July  14,  1916. 

THOIVIAS  PERCY  CROYSDALE. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  R.  Hore,  of  52  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  8th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Post  Office  Rifles)  and 
subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

ROBERT  BARNARD  CRUICKSHANK. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901,  practising  at  Gosport,  Hants.  Joined  June  1916, 
as  Cadet  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  (S.R.)  Aug.  11,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Served 
with  2nd  Mobile  Brigade,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Anti-Aircraft,  Home,  East 
Coast,  and  London  Defences. 

ROBERT  SCOTT  CRUICKSHANK. 

Admitted  April  1906,  practised  at  10  Billiter  Square,  E.C.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  and  attained  the  rank  of  Temp.  Major. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded  the  O.B.E. 

BERTRAM  EVERSLEY  CRIBIP. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Member  of  Crump,  Duignan  &  Crump,  of  Walsall. 
Joined  Aug.  31,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Jan.  1,  1918.     Served  in  France. 


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DUDLEY  JAMES  CRmiP. 

Admitted  May  1901.  Member  of  William  A.  Crump  &  Son,  of  17  Leaden- 
hall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  March  22,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3/9  Batt.  Middlesex 
Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  Capt.  March  1918,  attached  24th  Batt. 
The  Rifle  Brigade  March  1917.  Served  at  Home  and  India.  Appointed  on 
Staff,  India,  1917. 

ELDON  ANNESLEY  CRmiP. 

Admitted  April  1899.  Member  of  Crump,  Duignan  &  Crump,  of  Walsall. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  South  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Major 
Oct.  1914,  Lieut. -Col.  Conunanding  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  South  Staffordshire 
Regt.  Nov.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E. 
Served  at  Home. 

WILLIAM  GEOFFREY  CRUMP. 

Articled  to  William  Clifton,  of  17  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.     Joined  June  27, 

1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  The  London  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Machine 
Gun  Corps  (Cavalry)  Jan.  1,  1917,  Lieut.  Tank  Corps  Sept.  1917,  Temp.  Capt. 
Oct.  1918,  Adjutant  Dec.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
in  France  2  years. 

ERNEST  FREDERIC  CRUNDWELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  Cotter  &  Crundwell,  of  Farnham. 
Joined  Aug.  11,  1914,  as  Private,  1/5  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey 
Regt.  (T.F.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey 
Regt.  March  27,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served  in  India  Oct.  1914 
to  Dec.  1915,  Mesopotamia  Dec.  1915  to  July  1916,  Palestine  June  to  Aug. 
1917,  Egypt  Aug.  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  India  Sept.  1918  to  June  1919. 

CYRIL  ILEITH  CULLEN. 

Articled  to  J.  K.  Allerton,  of  W^orthing.  Joined  Dec.  27,  1915,  as  Private, 
14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish),  transferred  March 
1918  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  as  Cadet  Pilot.  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Served  at  Home  1916  and  1918,  France  1917.  Slight  shrapnel  wound 
May  1917. 

GEORGE  CHARLES  HENRY  CULLEY. 

Articled  to  H.  H.  Cole,  of  Norwich.  Joined  Aug.  24,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Norfolk  Regt.     Gazetted   Lieut.   April   1915,   joined  Machine   Gun   Corps   in 

1916,  gazetted  Capt.  June  1916,  joined  Royal  Flying  Corps  Sept.  1916.  Served 
at  Home  1914,  Gallipoli  1915,  Egypt  1916  and  1917,  France  1918.  Crashed 
at  Aboukir,  Egypt,  in  aeroplane  Feb.  19,  1917. 

CHARLES  CULLIMORE. 

Articled  to  John  Cullimore,  of  Chester.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Cheshire  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  and  attained  the  rank 
of  Capt.  (A/]Major).     Wounded  at  the  Battle  of  Gaza,  Palestine. 

WILLIAM  CULLIMORE. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Managing  Clerk  to  Birch,  Cullimore  &  Co.,  of 
Chester.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Territorial  Force.  Subsequently 
gazetted  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt. 


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GEORGE  CHARLES  HENRY  CULLEY. 

Articled  to  H.  H.  Cole,  of  Norwich.  Served  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Norfolk 
Regt.,  and  as  Flying  Officer,  Royal  Flying  Corps. 

CHARLES  HILL  CULROSS. 

Admitted  Sept.  1905.  Member  of  Culross  &  Co.,  of  13  Old  Cavendish 
Street,  W.  Joined  March  1915,  as  Lieut.,  R.T.O.  Invalided  from  Service 
March  1916.     Served  in  France  and  Central  Force,  Horse  Guards. 

JAMES  CIBIBERBIRCH. 

Admitted  May  1912,  practising  at  Macclesfield.  Served  as  Corporal, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

JOHN  LEONARD  CL^XIFFE. 

Articled  to  T.  H.  Davies-Colley,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  21st  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916.  Served  at 
Home  Nov.  1914  to  Sept.  1915,  France  Sept.  1915  to  Sept.  1916.  Killed  in 
action  at  Delville  Wood  Sept.  4,  1916. 

GRAHAM  CUNNINGHAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1915,  practising  at  Chingford.  Joined  Aug.  14,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Adjutant 
4th  Royal  Fusiliers  (France)  1916,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  5th  Royal  Fusiliers 
1917  to  1918,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  Headquarters  Repatriated  Prisoners  of  War 
Reception  Camps,  Canterbury.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

ERNEST  CHARLES  CURRAN.  ' 

Admitted  April  1904.  Member  of  Jackson,  Elwell  &  Curran,  of  65  Coleman 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  July  1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Oct. 

1915,  promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1918.     Served  at  Home  July  1915  to  Oct.  1917, 
France  Oct.  1917  to  March  1919. 

GEORGE  PATRICK  CURRAN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1911,  practised  at  11  Talbot  Road,  Bayswater.  Joined 
March  3,  1916,  as  Rifleman,  2nd  Batt.  County  of  London  Regiment  (London 
Irish  Rifles).  Served  at  Home,  at  Salonica,  and  with  the  Egyptian 
Expeditionary  Force.  Died  at  26th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  Ludd,  Syria, 
May  21,  1918,  from  malignant  malaria. 

CURZON  CLTISHAM. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Bernard  Wright  &  Cursham,  of  Notting- 
ham. Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  2/8  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood 
Foresters)  (T.F.)  Nov.  12,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  (Permanent)  July  1916, 
seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  Jan.  1918.     Served  in  England  1914  to  April 

1916,  Irish  Rebellion  April  1916,  France  Feb.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

LIONEL  CHARLES  ALFRED  CURTIES. 

Articled  to  F.  G.  Stenning,  of  Maidstone.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914,  as 
Private,  University  and  PubHc  Schools  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th 
(Ser\ice)  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs),  promoted  Capt.  June  1915  and 
attached  to   Staff  of  72nd   Infantry    Brigade,    appointed   Brigade    Machine 


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Gun  Officer.  Served  in  France.  Reported  missing,  believed  killed,  at  the 
Battle  of  Loos  Sept.  26,  1915,  since  presumed  by  the  War  Office  killed  in  action 
on  that  date. 

ALEC  CHARLES  CURTIS. 

Articled  to  Henry  Pomeroy,  of  Bristol.  Joined  Aug.  14,  1914,  as  Trooper, 
1/1  North  Somerset  Yeomanry,  and  discharged  medically  unfit  for  further 
ser\dce  after  injuries  received  in  Flanders  on  Jan.  23,  1915.  Re-enlisted  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps,  on  recovery  on  Aug.  15,  1915,  joined 
the  100th  Field  Ambulance  as  a  Corporal  in  France  Nov.  1915,  appointed 
A/Sergeant  July  1917.  Served  in  Flanders  Nov.  to  Dec.  1914,  and  in  France 
Nov.  1915  to  Nov.  1916.     Wounded  at  Ypres  Dec.  1914. 

ALFRED  EDWIN  IFOR  CURTIS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Member  of  Alfred  Curtis  &  Son,  of  Neath, 
Glamorganshire.  Joined  April  1915,  as  Private,  23rd  (Service)  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  Sept.  1915, 
Temp.  Lieut.  Sept.  1916,  Permanent  Lieut.  Sept.  1917,  A/Capt.  and  A/Adjutant 
Oct.  1917.     Served  at  Home  and  France. 

HENRY  CURTIS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905.  Member  of  Barret  &  Curtis,  of  Leeds  &  Otley, 
Joined  March  1916,  as  Private,  3/4  Batt.  Cameron  Highlanders,  subsequently 
promoted  Sergeant  653rd  Employment  Coy.  General  Headquarters,  Ireland. 
Served  in  England  and  Ireland. 

HENRY  GEORGE  CURTIS. 

Admitted  April  1907,  practising  at  Southend-on-Sea.  Served  as  Lance- 
Corporal,  22nd  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

OSWALD  TREVOR  CURTIS. 

Articled  to  Harold  W.  Mooring  Aldridge,  of  Bournemouth.  Joined  May  4, 
1916,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company  (Infantry),  transferred  to  Royal 
Air  Force  to  train  for  commission  July  1918.  Appointed  Flight  Cadet  Nov. 
1918.  Discharged  on  appointment  to  Honorary  Commission  in  Reserve  of 
Officers.     Served  in  France. 

WALTER  LAWRENCE  CURTLER. 

Articled  to  W.  T.  Curtler,  of  Worcester.  Mobolised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut., 
8th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  June  1915.  Entered 
Indian  Army  (Gurkha  Rifles)  as  Lieut.  July  1917,  promoted  Capt.  May  1919. 
Served  in  France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1916.     Wounded  June  1915. 

ARTHUR  ROBERT  CUSHING. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905,  practising  at  28  Bedford  Row,  W^C.  Joined  the 
Ambulance  Column  attached  to  London  District  of  the  British  Red  Cross 
Society  on  March  15, 1915,  as  a  Driver,  and  ultimately  became  a  Quartermaster 
and  head  of  the  Car  Department.     Served  at  Home. 

CLEMENT  ARCHIBALD  CUSSE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  to  Houseman  &  Co.,  of  6  New 
Court,  Carey  Street,  W.C.     Joined  Oct.  20,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  135 

O.T.C.     Obtained  a  commission  and  attained  the  rank  of  Major  l/4th  Batt. 
Devonshire  Regt.,  D.A.Q.M.G.  Mesopotamia.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

JOHN  CUTHBERT. 

Admitted  July  1899.  Member  of  Percy  Short  &  Cuthbert,  of  Donington 
House,  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  May  30,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal 
Field  Artillery.  Discharged  (unfit  for  service  owing  to  ill-health  in  consequence 
of  service)  April  9, 1918.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Oct.  1916  to  Oct.  1917. 

ROBERT  FREDERICK  CUTHBERT. 

Admitted  May  1901.  Member  of  Ravenor  &  Cuthbert,  of  Witney,  Oxon. 
Joined  Sept.  14, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry, 
promoted  Capt.  June  1916,  Adjutant  June  1916  to  July  1918.  Awarded  the 
M.C.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  near  Arras  Nov.  13,  1917. 

JOHN  WILLIAM  CUTHBERTSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1915,  practising  at  Blyth,  Northumberland.  Joined 
Feb.  20, 1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  and  subsequently  promoted 
Corporal.     Served  at  Home. 

GERALD  WARING  CUTLER. 

Admitted  March  1901.  Member  of  Cutler  &  Allingham,  of  15  Duke  Street, 
St.  James's,  S.W.     Served  as  Capt.,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps. 


HOWARD  FRANCIS  DADDS. 

Articled  to  W.  A.  G.  Davidson,  of  Bank  Buildings,  Acton,  W.  Joined 
May  12, 1915,  as  Private,  2nd  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  promoted  Sergeant 
1919,  transferred  to  1st  Batt.  in  France.  Served  at  Home  May  1915  to  July 
1916,  in  France  July  1916  to  Jan.  1919,  and  with  Army  of  the  Rhine  Jan.  to 
April  1919. 

WALTER  LEWIS  DAGG. 

Admitted  Aug.  1881,  practising  at  65  Long  Acre,  W.C.  Served  as  Farrier 
Sergeant-Major,  Transport  and  Remount  Department,  attached  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps. 

CEDRIC  HUNTON  DAGGETT. 

Articled  to  W.  W.  Gibson,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  Sept.  1914, 
as  Private,  9th  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  21st 
Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers  (2nd  Tyneside  Scottish),  promoted  Capt. 
and  transferred  to  the  23rd  Batt.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  a  night  raid  at  Armentieres  Feb.  11,  1917. 

CHARLES  LOUIS  D'ALBANI. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  D'Albani,  of  Newmarket.  Served  as  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt. 
Suffolk  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Capt.  and  transferred  to  the  Indian  Army. 
ALWYNE  PERCY  DALE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practised  at  Knaresborough  and  York.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.),  and  subsequently 
promoted  Major.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
March  1,  1917. 


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CECIL  HALSTED  DALE. 

Admitted  April  1909.  Member  of  Halsted  Dale  &  Son,  of  17  Finsbury 
Square,  E.C.  Joined  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  and  subsequently 
gazetted  Lieut,  in  same  Rcgt.     Served  in  Italy. 

DONALD  HALE  DALE. 

Admitted  May  1912,  praetising  at  6  South  Square,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
Nov.  11,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut. 
July  1915,  and  Capt.  March  1916,  transferred  to  1/88  Carnatic  Infantry  Sept. 
1918.  Served  in  Macedonia  Dec.  1916  to  Sept.  1918,  and  in  India  Sept.  1918 
to  Sept.  1919. 

ROBERT  JACOMB  NORRIS  DALE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  Dale  &  Co.,  of  75  Cornhill,  E.C. 
Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  June  18,  1915, 
subsequently  promoted  Lieut,  and  attached  to  Royal  Flying  Corps.  Served 
in  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Italy.  Killed  in  Italy  while  observing  in  captive 
balloon  Jan.  31,  1917. 

HUGH  WALDRON  DALLAS. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Dallas,  12  Old  Jewry  Chambers,  E.C.  Joined,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  promoted  to  Capt.  Joined  the  Indian  Army 
in  1919. 

WILLIAM  FREDERICK  DALLAS. 

Articled  to  R.  R.  Linthorne,  Town  Clerk  of  Southampton.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Hampshire  Regt.  Oct.  8,  1914,  attached  to  6th  Batt.  East  Lancashire 
Regt.  in  Sept.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  from  Sept.  18  to  Oct.  3,  1915,  inclusive. 
Gazetted  as  granted  a  commission  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  The  Welch  Regiment 
(Permanent  Army)  Feb.  10,  1916,  but  pending  joining  that  Regt.  remained 
with  the  6th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  as  Lieut.,  and  subsequently  as  A/Capt. 
Served  at  Gallipoli  from  Sept.  1915  to  the  time  of  the  Evacuation,  and  after- 
wards in  Mesopotamia.  Killed  in  action  at  Sanna-i-Yat  April  9,  1916,  whilst 
serving  with  the  Kut  Relief  Force. 

ARTHUR  DOUGLAS  DALLOW. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Dallow  &  Dallow,  of  Wolverhampton. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5, 1914,  as  Sergeant,  Queen's  Own  Royal  Staffordshire  Yeomanry. 
Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Feb.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  Oct.  1915. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  1916,  Irish  Rebellion  1916, 
France  1917,  1918,  1919. 

CHAMPNEYS  JOHN  DALRYMPLE. 

Articled  to  R.  M.  Welsford,  of  22  Aldermanbury,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut.^ 
6th  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt. 

ROBERT  CECIL  DALTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914.  Member  of  Phillips,  Evans  &  Dalton,  of  Stamford. 
Joined  Sept.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  24th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Gazetted  Lieut. 
16th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles)  in  Feb.  1915, 


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promoted  Capt.  in  Indian  Reserve  Officers.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in 
France,  Salonica,  Palestine,  and  India.     Wounded  in  Salonica. 

WILLIAM  EDWARD  D'ANGIBAU. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913,  practising  with  D'Angibau  &  Malim,  of  Boscombe, 
Hants.  Joined  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  June  1916,  attached  Machine  Gun  Corps  Sept.  1917.  Served  on 
North- Western  Frontier  twice,  inchiding  Afghan  Campaign,  and  India. 

ALFRED  MARTIN  GEORGE  DANIEL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  Cruttwells,  Daniel  &  Cruttwell,  of  Frome. 
Joined  Nov.  1, 1914,  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  (T.F.),  trans- 
ferred to  The  Rifle  Brigade  (T.F.),  Sept.  1915,  A/Brigade  General  Officer  228th 
Infantry  Brigade  (28th  Division),  Salonica  Forces,  Aug.  to  Dec.  1918,  A/Field 
Cashier  Gen.  Ross'  Force,  Bulgaria,  Nov.  1918  to  Jan.  1919,  promoted  Capt. 
Nov.  1918,  to  date  from  Dec.  23,  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home  Nov.  1914  to  Jan.  1916,  Egypt  Jan.  to  April  1916,  Cyprus  April 
to  May  1916,  British  Salonica  Forces  May  1916  to  April  1919. 

HENRY  EDWIN  DANIEL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1897,  practising  at  Manchester.  Commissioned  April  25, 
1915,  as  Lieut.,  No.  1  Supernumerary  Coy.  4th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt. 
Gazetted  Lieut.  22nd  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade  (T.F.)  Nov.  1915.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  Egypt,  Cyprus,  Lemnos,  and  Thasos,  afterwards  at  Home.  Contracted 
malaria  in  the  Island  of  Thasos,  and  lost  sight  of  left  eye. 

HENRY  KENYON  DANIEL. 

Admitted  Aug.  1897.  Member  of  K.  &  W.  Daniel,  of  Ramsgate  and 
Margate.  Commissioned  Oct.  14,  1914,  as  Capt.  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.), 
promoted  Temp.  Major  Jan.  1915,  Permanent  Major  Aug.  1917.  When  in  France 
commanded  "  B "  Battery,  180th  Brigade.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home  Oct.  1914  to  Aug.  1917  and  from  Oct.  1918  to  March  1919, 
and  in  France  Aug.  1917  to  Oct.  1918. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  DANIEL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Member  of  Simons,  Smyth  &  Daniel,  of  Merthyr 
Tydfil.  Joined  May  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted 
Corporal  (B.C. A.)  Nov.  1917.     Served  in  France. 

NOEL  THOMAS  DANIEL. 

Articled  to  W.  L.  Moore,  of  Newport,  Mon.  Joined  Oct.  21,  1915,  as 
Gunner,  4th  Welsh  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  transferred  to  B/87th  Brigade 
upon  proceeding  to  France  Sept.  16,  1916.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 
Killed  in  action  April  25,  1918. 

STANLEY  MA  YOU  DANIEL. 

Admitted  March  1902,  practising  at  Witham,  Essex.  Joined  Jan.  29,  1918, 
as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.     Served  in  France. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  HELTON  DANIELL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  J.  L.  &  E.  T.  Daniell,  of  Bristol.  Served 
as  a  Sergeant  in  345th  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Killed  in 
action  July  1,  1917. 


138  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

THOMAS  EDWARD  ST.  CLARE  DANIELL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Mackrell  &  Ward,  of  33 
Walbrook,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  30,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt,  (Artists  Rifles)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Fly  ng  Corps  Sept.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  Jan.  1916,  Major  June 

1916.  Deputy  Assistant  Director  of  Aircraft  Equipment  (rank  Major)  Feb. 

1917,  Assistant  (rank  Lieut. -Col.)  March  1917,  Deputy  Director  (rank  Col.) 
April  1918.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded  O.B.E.  and 
M.C.     Served  in  France  and  at  Home. 

DOUGLAS  ARCHIBALD  DANIELS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1916,  practising  at  Chatham.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

WILLIAM  LEIGHTON  DANN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practised  at  Derby.  Served  as  Private,  1st  Batt. 
North  Staffordshire  Regt. 

MAURICE  DAPHNE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practising  at  71  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined 
April  17,  1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.)  April  20,  1918.  Served  in  ranks  at 
Horn  ■,  commissioned  service  in  France. 

HAROLD  DUKINFIELD  DARBISHIRE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Member  of  Gibbons,  Arkle  &  Darbishire,  of  Liver- 
pool. Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  West  Lanes  (Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  July  1916,  Major  July  1918.  Served 
in  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine.  j 

WILFRED  DARBYSHIRE. 

Articled  to  T.  R.  Dootson,  of  Leigh,  Lanes.  Joined  Jan.  13,  1916,  as 
Private,  Royal  Fusiliers.  Served  in  England  Jan.  to  July  1916,  and  in  France 
July  1916  to  April  1917.     Killed  in  action  April  16,  1917. 

HUGH  CUFF  DARKE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Deputy  Clerk  for  the  County  and  Clerk  of  the  Peace 
for  East  Sussex.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  1st  Home  Counties  Brigade 
Royal  Field  Artillery.  Served  at  Home,  India,  and  Mesopotamia.  Died  at 
Lahore  July  12,  1916. 

FRANK  GEORGE  DARLING. 

Articled  to  F.  B.  Darling,  of  Birmingham.  Served  as  Private,  Hon. 
Artillery  Company  (Infantry). 

HENRY  CLAYTON  DARLINGTON. 

Admitted  March  1904.  Member  of  Peace  &  Darlington,  of  Liverpool  and 
Wigan.  Commanding  1/5  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  Sept.  12,  1914.  Three 
times  mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded  the  C.M.G.  and  Order  of  Crown 
of  Italy  (Officer).  Served  in  Egypt  Sept.  1914  to  April  1915,  Dardanelles 
April  to  Oct.  1915,  Sinai  Feb.  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  France  Feb.  1917  to 
1919. 


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CHARLES  JOSEPH  CROUGHTON  DAVENPORT. 

Admitted  May  1908,  practising  at  133  Aldersgate  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Reserve  Dec.  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Nov.  13, 
1916,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1918.     Served  in  France  1916  to  1918. 

HAROLD  DAVENPORT. 

Articled  to  Gordon  Cox,  of  Tower  Royal,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th  (Service)  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 
Aug.   1915. 

HUGH  NARES  DAVENPORT. 

Admitted  July  1911.  Member  of  Davenport  &  Rose,  of  Oxford.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Oxford  &  Bucks  Light  Infantry,  subsequently 
promoted  Capt.  and  IMajor,  attached  to  2/6  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 
Awarded  the  jM.C.  and  recommended  for  Bar.  Served  in  France.  Reported 
missing  March  26,  1918,  since  presumed  killed  on  that  date  near  Verlaines. 

DONALD  WOODWARD  DAVEY. 

Articled  to  W.  L.  Yorath,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Gunner, 
Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.).  Gazetted  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  Oct. 
1914,  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.)  March  1915,  A/Capt.  May  1919. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

ALEXANDER  CHARLES  ROBERT  DAVID. 

Articled  to  G.  N.  David,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  Nov.  30,  1914,  as  Temp.  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  March  1916,  A/Capt. 
Oct.  to  Dec.  1916,  March  to  May  1918,  and  in  July  1918,  A/Major  Jan.  1919. 
Served  with  25th  Division  throughout  while  in  France.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  at  Home  Nov.  1914  to  Sept.  1915,  and  Aug.  1917  to  March  1918,  and  in 
France  Sept.  1915  to  Aug.  1917  and  March  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

GEORGE  NEVILE  DAVID. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  George  David  &  Co.,  of  Cardiff.  Joined 
July  22,  1916,  as  Private,  19th  (Reserve)  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps. 
Gazetted  to  1st  (Reserve)  Garrison  Batt.  The  Suffolk  Regt.  Feb.  11,  1917  trans- 
ferred to  Labour  Corps  March  1917.  Served  at  Home,  and  in  France  March  to 
Aug.  1917. 

THOi\LA.S  JENKINS  DAVID. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904,  practising  at  15  Waterloo  Place,  Pall  Mall,  S.W. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  Glamorgan  Royal  Horse  Artillery,  promoted 
Temp.  Major  Nov.  1914,  Major  June  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  T.D.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  Oct.  1917. 

ERNEST  ALEX.\NDER  DAVIDSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907.  Member  of  Gard,  Lyell,  Betenson  &  Davidson,  of 
2  Gresham  Buildings,  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  April  9,  1917,  as  Gunner, 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Bombardier  June  1917.  Served  at  Home 
April  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  and  in  France  Jan.  to  Dec.  1918. 

ALUN  EDWARDS  DA  VIES. 

Admitted  March  1909,  practised  at  Grimsby.  Served  as  Private,  10th 
(Service)  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Pcegt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  to  Sergeant. 


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ARNOLD  WALTERS  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Feb.    1910,  practising  at   Lampeter.     Joined  May  5,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Engineers  (Welsh  Field  Coy.),  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1915, 
and  transferred  to  438th  (Cheshire)  Field  Coy.  Royal  Engineers  Nov.  1916. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 
ARROL  EWART  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913,  practising  at  Tenby,  and  Milford  Haven.  Joined 
Jan.  29,  1915,  Royal  Flying  Corps.  Discharged  unfit  April  1915,  re-enlisted 
June  1915  Pembroke  Yeomanry  (T.F.),  transferred  The  Welch  Regt.  Aug. 
1916,  transferred  Hampshire  Regt.  Nov.  1916,  attached  Royal  Engineers,  trans- 
ferred Labour  Corps  for  special  duty  Feb.  1918.  Rank  on  demobilisation  O.R. 
Q.M.-Sergeant.   Served  at  Home,  Egypt,  and  Salonica.   Invalided  with  malaria. 

ARTHUR  RUSSELL  DAVIES. 

Articled  to  W.  P.  Davies,  of  60  Uxbridge  Road,  Shepherd's  Bush.  Joined 
Feb.  17,  1917,  as  Driver,  Royal  Horse  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  Sept.  1,  1917.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Oct.  1917  to 
Nov.  1918.     Invalided  Home  in  Nov.  1918. 

DAVID  OSWALD  DAVIES. 

Admitted  April  1896,  practised  at  Dolgelly  and  Barmouth.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  (T.),  promoted  Capt. 
Aug.  1914.  Relinquished  commission  on  account  of  ill-health  May  10,  1916, 
and  granted  hon.  rank  of  Capt.  Served  at  Home.  Died  May  21,  1917,  as 
result  of  illness  contracted  while  serving  with  the  Army. 

EDWARD  DAVIES. 

Articled  to  T.  B.  R.  Wilson,  of  Newport,  Mon.     Joined  Oct.  13,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,   1st  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.   (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.   1916, 
transferred  to  T.F.  Reserve  Sept.    15,    1916.     Served   in   France.     Wounded 
at  HohenzoUem  Redoubt  Oct.  13,  1915. 
EDWARD  SMITH  THOIMAS  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914,  practising  at  Bridgend,  Glam.     Joined  Aug.  4,  1914, 
1/5  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  seconded  Machine  Gun  Corps,  rank  Capt.     Served 
at  Gallipoli  1915,  Tripoli  1917,  Egypt  1917.     Wounded  GallipoH  Aug.  1915. 
Discharged  Nov.  1917. 
ERIC  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Aug.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Bristows,  Cooke  &  Carpmael, 
of  1  Copthall  Buildings,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Notts 
(Sherwood  Rangers)  Yeom.anry,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914,  Capt.  Nov.  1915. 
Served  in  Egypt  April  to  Aug.  1915,  Gallipoli  Aug.  to  Dec.  1915,  Egypt  Dec. 
1915  to  Feb.^  1916,  Salonica  Feb.  to  Dec.  1916,  Palestine  and  Egypt  July 
1917  to  May  1919.     Wounded  Sept.  1915  and  Nov.  1917. 

ERNEST  HENRY  DAVIES. 

Admitted  May  1886,  practising  at  IS  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row, 
W.C.  Went  to  France  in  Jan.  1915  as  Volunteer  Ambulance  Driver  for 
British  Ambulance  Committee,  attached  8th  Corps  French  Army,  was  Com- 
mandant of  Section  from  March  to  June  1916,  when  returned  to  England. 
Joined  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (Anti-Aircraft  Corps)  in  Jan.  1917, 


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obtained  discharge  in  Sept.  1918,  and  returned  to  Ambulance  Section  in  France, 
as  Sous-Chef  (2nd  in  Command)  attached  to  72nd  Div.  French  Army,  and 
remained  till  discharged  on  Feb.  13,  1919.     Awarded  Croix  de  Guerre  (French). 
Served  in  France  with  French  Army,  and  at  Home. 
EUSTACE  ARTHUR  DAVIES. 

Admitted  March  1904,  practising  at  Cardiff.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1917,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).     Served  in  Italy. 

FAIRFAX  LLEWELLYN  DAVIES. 

Articled  to  Fairfax  Davies,  of  North  Walsham,  Norfolk.  Joined  Sept.  14, 
1914,  as  Private,  1/6  Cyclist  Batt.  6th  Norfolk  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in 
same  Regt.  Oct.  1914,  and  in  July  1916  attached  to  2/8  Batt.  West  Yorkshire 
Regt.  as  Lieut.  Served  at  Home  until  Jan.  1917,  then  until  date  of  death  in 
France.     Killed  on  night  patrol  duty  July  8,  1917. 

GEORGE  HERBERT  OAKLEY  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909,  practised  at  62  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.     Served  as 
Private,  32nd  Batt.  London  Regt. 
GWYN  HOWARD  DAVIES. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Member  of  Kimber  Bull,  Howland,  Clappe  &  Co., 
of  6  Old  Jewry,  E.C.     Served  as  Private,  1st  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

HENRY  HO^\^LLS  DA^^[ES. 

Articled  to  D.  J.  Davies,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  May  1915,  as  Private,  3/5 
Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Defence  Corps  Sept.  7,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1918,  transferred 
to  South  Wales  Borderers  April  1919.  Served  at  Home  May  1915  to  April  1919, 
France  and  Belgium  April  to  Oct.  1919. 
HUGH  VERNON  MORRIS  DAVIES. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  Guildford.  Ser^'ed  as  Private,  5th 
(Reserve)  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt. 

JENKIN  ]\IORGAN  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practising  at  Neath,  Glam.     Joined  May  11,  1916, 
as  Driver,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  subsequently  promoted  Bombardier.     Served 
in  Egypt  and  Palestine. 
JOHN  BERTIE  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1907,  practising  at  Merthyr  Tydfil.  Joined  Nov.  4,  1915, 
as  Private,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps.     Served  in  France. 

JOHN  NORiMAN  DAVIES. 

Articled  to  Joseph  Davies,  of  Aberystwyth.     Joined  March  3,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.     Served 
in  Egypt. 
JOSEPH  DAVIES. 

Admitted  June  1908,  practising  at  St.  Helens,  Lanes.  Served  as  Private, 
710th  Coy.  Royal  Army  Ser\4ce  Corps  (M.T.). 

JOSEPH  GORDON  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Joseph  Davies  &  Son,  of  Aberystwyth. 
Joined  Jan.  6,  1916,  as  Gunner  in  the  Royal  Field  Artillery.     Gazetted  2nd 


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Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Dec.  18,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918. 
Served  in  France  Feb.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

NOEL  HIER  DA  VIES. 

Articled  to  H.  G.  P.  Venables,  of  Cardiff.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th 
Welsh  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery.     Promoted  Lieut. 

OWEN  GILBERT  DAVIES. 

Articled  to  C.  P.  Yearsley,  of  Welshpool.  Joined  Oct.  5, 1914,  as  Corporal, 
North  Wales  (University  and  Public  Schools)  Batt.  16th  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 
Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Nov.  18,  1914,  transferred 
to  Indian  Mountain  Battery,  commission  made  permanent  May  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  July  1916,  and  subsequently  A/Capt.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  on 
North- West  Frontier  of  India  1915  and  1916,  also  in  1919,  East  Africa  1917  and 
1918,  Mesopotamia  1919. 

PHILIP  EDGAR  DAVIES. 

Articled  to  W.  F.  O.  Edmonds,  of  13  Clifford's  Inn,  E.C.,  and  Mortlake. 
Joined  1915,  as  Private,  3rd  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of 
Corporal.     Served  at  Home.     Died  of  blood  poisoning  at  Dover  Jan.  1917. 

W^ALTER  CRADOC  DAVIES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904.  IMember  of  Evan  R.  Davies  &  Davies,  of  Pwllheli* 
Commissioned  Lieut.  T.F.  Reserve  Oct.  1915,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Sept.  1917» 
Served  at  Home.     Appointed  Appeal  Military  Representative  March  1916. 

WILLOUGHBY  ARLINGHAINI  DAVIES. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  A.  Davies,  of  Crickhowell.  Joined  Aug.  9,  1914,  as 
Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company  (Infantry).  Commissioned  Flight  Sub- 
Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  July  11,  1915,  promoted  Flight  Lieut.  Dec.  1916, 
Flight  Commander  June  1917,  subsequently  Capt.  Royal  Air  Force.  Served 
in  France  1914  to  1915,  East  Coast  Sea  Patrols  (Seaplanes)  1916  to  1917, 
Instruction  Patrols  1918  to  1919. 
ARCHIBALD  EDWARD  ia:NNETT  DAVIES-BUNTON. 

Admitted  June  1910,  practising  at  Wareham,  Dorset.  Joined  Sept.  12, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Dorset  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  1st  Lieut.  June 
1916,  Capt.  Feb.  1918,  transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force  April  1918  as  Flight 
Lieut.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Feb. 
1916,  India  Feb.  1916  to  July  1917,  Palestine  Aug.  1917  to  Oct.  1918.  Wounded 
Nov.  21,  1917. 
THOMAS  HENRY  DAVIES-COLLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1891.  Member  of  Slater,  Heelis  &  Co.,  of  Manchester, 
Mobilised  1914,  as  Lieut.-Col.,  2/6  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.     Served  at  Home. 

ARTHUR  HARVARD  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Of  Whitchurch.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  Batt. 
Worcestershire  Regt. 

BARNARD  BURRELL  DAVIS. 

Admitted  April  1914,  practising  at  Cannock,  Staffs.  Joined  Sept.  4, 1914, 
as  Private,  5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Lance- 
Corporal  in  Oct.,  Corporal  in  Nov.      Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  5, 1916,  promoted 


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Lieut.  March  1918.     Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Flanders  and 
France  Feb.  1915  to  March  1916,  Home  May  to  Oct.  1916,  France  Oct.  1916 
to  Feb,  1917. 
CHARLES  HERBERT  DAVIS. 

Articled  to  C.  F.  Davis,  of  15  &  16  Railway  Approach,  London  Bridge, 
S.E.  Joined  April  1917,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  Dec.  17,  1917, 
attached  to  7th  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.  in  France. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded  Aug.  23,  1918,  at  Albert,  France. 
EDWARD  WILLIA:M  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Of  British  Columbia.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th 
Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt. 

GUY  CLIFTON  DAVIS. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  Shepard,  of  40  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt.  Northumber- 
land Fusiliers  Feb.  1915,  and  went  to  the  Front  following  April,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1916.  Wounded  April  19,  1918.  Died  in  Casualty  Station  in 
France  May  11,  1918. 

JOHN  ALBERT  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913,  practising  at  227-8  Strand,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  1st  City  of  London  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

JOHN  HARVARD  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909,  practising  at  Cardiff.  Enlisted  Jan.  19,  1917,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  (T.F.)     Served  in  France. 

KENNETH  JMIES  DAVIS. 

Articled  to  G.  J.  Davis,  of  1  Gresham  Buildings,  Basinghall  Street,  E.C. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  City  of  London  Regt.  (London 
Rifle  Brigade),  promoted  Sergt.  and  attached  Headquarters  174th  Infantry 
Brigade  Sept.  5,  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Labour  Corps  Dec.  5,  1917. 
Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1917,  and  in  France  Jan.  1917  to  May  1919. 

LAWRENCE  MICHAEL  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1915.  Assistant  Solicitor  to  Port  of  London  Authority, 
Victoria  Embankment,  E.C.  Joined  June  26,  1917,  as  Private,  2/3  County  of 
London  Yeomanry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2/3  County  of  London  Yeomanry 
May  17,  1919.     Served  at  Home. 

LEO  EDWIN  DAVIS. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  Davis,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  King's 
Liverpool  Cadet  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt. 
Jan.  1915.  Served  at  Gallipoli.  Killed  in  action  at  Krithia  durmg  Suvla 
Bay  operations  Aug.  6,  1915. 

REGINALD  GEORGE  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Dec.  4,  1888,  practising  at  58  Finsbury  Pavement,  E.C. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Orderly  Room  Sergeant,  5th  Cily  of  London  Batt. 
London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade),  promoted  Colour-Sergeant  Dec.  1914 


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and  Regimental  Quartermaster-Sergeant  June  1918.  Served  at  Home  during 
the  War  with  1st  and  2nd  Batts.  London  Rifle  Brigade,  101st  Provisional 
Batt.,  30th  and  25th  Batts.  London  Regt.,lst  City  of  London  Batt.  (London 
Regt.)  Royal  Fusiliers,  and  38th,  39th,  and  42nd  Batts.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

RICHARD  JOHN  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1900,  practising  at  35  North  End  Road,  West  Kensington, 
W.  Joined  Jan.  1915,  as  an  A. B.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Granted 
commission  as  Assistant  Paymaster  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  April  6, 

1916,  and  promoted  Paymaster-Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served  on  Admiralty  War 
Staff  and  Shipping  Intelligence  Officer,  Liverpool. 

SIDNEY  GEORGE  DAVIS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1915.  Member  of  Bulcraig  &  Davis,  of  Donnington  House, 
Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.     Joined  Jan.  1917,  as  Lieut.,  Special  List  Jan.  15, 

1917,  transferred  Nov.  1917,  after  being  attached  to  D.R.l/B.,  War  Office,  to 
Ministry  of  National  Service,  Headquarters,  Registration  Department,  whilst 
unfit  for  General  Service.     Awarded  O.B.E.     Served  at  Home. 

GEOFFREY  CUTHBERT  DAVISON. 

Articled  to  H.  C.  Davies,  of  Norwich.  Served  as  Private,  Public  Schools 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

RICHARD  ELMER  DAVISON. 

Articled  to  H.  H.  Bowyer,  of  2  Walbrook,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  3,  1915,  as 
Rifleman,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles). 
Served  at  Home,  and  went  to  France  in  June  1916.  Killed  in  a  bombing  raid 
in  Leuze  Wood,  near  Combles,  Sept.  10,  1916. 

ROBERT  PICICERING  DAVISON. 

Admitted  May  1913,  practising  at  26  Bush  Lane,  E.C.  EnHsted  Dec.  14, 
1914,  as  Private,  24th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  discharged  permanently  unfit 
June  19,  1917.  Rejoined  voluntarily  May  10,  1918,  as  Cadet,  No.  4  Officers 
Cadet  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Northumberland  FusiHers  Jan.  1919.  Served 
at  Home  Dec.  1914  to  Nov.  1915,  Jan.  to  April  1916,  and  Dec.  1916  to  Feb. 
1919,  and  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  and  April  to  Dec.  1916.  Wounded 
at  Givenchy  Dec.  28,  1915,  and  at  Beaumont  Hamel  Nov.  13,  1916. 

EDWARD  WILLIAIVI  DAVY. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  W.  H.  Davy,  of  Temple  Cloud, 
Somerset.  Joined  June  1915,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut,  in  Royal  Field  Artillery  Feb.  1917,  afterwards  promoted  Lieut. 
Served  in  France. 

HENRY  RAA^TLE  DAVY. 

Admitted  Sept.  1897.  Managhig  Clerk  to  Stone,  Thomas  &  King,  of  Bath. 
Joined  1915,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Served  in  France  and 
Belgium.  Died  Oct.  20,  1917,  of  wounds  received  in  action  near  Poperinghe 
the  day  before. 

SAjNIUEL  CHARLES  DAVY. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Davy,  of  Temple  Cloud,  Bristol.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 


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GEORGE  COODE  DAW. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905.  Member  of  Ellis,  Peirs  &  Co.,  of  17  Albemarle 
Street,  W.  Joined  Aug.  11,  1915,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve,  Temp.  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Aug.  11,  1916,  Temp.  Capt. 
April  26,  1918.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home. 

REGINALD  SAMUEL  DAW. 

Admitted  Jan.  1904.  Member  of  Nisbet,  Daw  &  Nisbet,  of  35  Lincoln's 
Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Lieut. 
9th  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  Nov.  1914,  promoted  Capt.  March  1915. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Delville 
Wood  Aug.  25,  1916. 

WILLIAM  FABYAN  BENNETT  DAW. 

Articled  to  Montague  Ellis,  of  17  Albermarle  Street,  W.  Served  as  Private, 
14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 

EDWIN  POMLEY  DAWES. 

Admitted  April  1903.  IMember  of  Dawes  &  Son,  of  Rye,  Sussex.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  (Cinque  Ports)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Served  in 
France  Feb.  1915  to  June  1915,  when  returned  to  England  after  having  been 
buried,  suffering  from  loss  of  memory,  a  Provost-Marshal  Purfleet  Nov.  to 
Dec.  1915,  Appeal  Military  Representative  in  West  Sussex  March  1915  to 
July  1916.  Called  upon  to  resign  commission  owing  to  ill-health  contracted 
on  Active  Service  Jan.  3,  1918,  and  retain  rank  of  Capt. 

MICHAEL  STILEMAN  DAWES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1914.  Member  of  Dawes  &  Sons,  of  2  Birchin  Lane,  E.C. 
Joined  March  28,  1916,  as  Sergeant  Instructor,  C.U. O.T.C,  attached  Royal 
Engineers  (Signals).     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  JOHN  RANDLE  DAWKINS. 

Articled  to  C.  W.  M.  Price,  of  10  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.     Killed  in  France  Sept.  25,  1915. 

FREDERICK  SAMUEL  SHELLEY  DAWKINS. 

Articled  to  Robt.  Carter,  of  4  Gray's  Inn  Square,  W.C.  Joined  Feb.  1916, 
as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Aug.  1916.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps  July  28,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919. 
Served  in  France.     Taken  prisoner  and  wounded  at  Kemmel  Hill  April  25, 1918. 

COLIN  AUFRlfiRE  DAWSON. 

Articled  to  William  Dawson,  of  2  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
Aug.  14,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Oct.  7,  1917.  Served  at  Home,  Italy  March  1917, 
Salonica  May  1917,  attached  1st  Serbian  Army  Oct.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

FRANCIS  THOINIAS  PRESSLAND  DAY. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  Darnell,  of  Northampton.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th 
Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt. 

GEORGE  LEWIS  DAY. 

Articled  to  G.  D.  Day,  of  St.  Ives  and  Huntingdon.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  Huntingdonshire    Cyclist  Batt.,   served  with  this  Regt.  in    earlier 


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part  of  AYar,  then  in  France  for  18  months  with  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  later 
with  3rd  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.,  attained  the  rank  of  Major.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Womided  near  Villers  Bretoneaux  March  30,  1918. 

HORACE  ALFRED  DAY. 

Articled  to  H.  D.  M.  Barnett,  of  Leicester.  Joined  Oct.  13,  1914,  as  Chief 
Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.     Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Dec.  19, 

1915,  Lieut.  Royal  Marines  Aug.  1916,  Capt.  Dec.  1918.  Twice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches  and  awarded  M.C.  Served  in  Gallipoli  May  1915  to  Feb.  1916, 
and  in  France  and  Belgium  April  1916  to  May  1919.     Wounded  Gallipoli  June 

1916,  and  gassed  in  France  March  1918. 

RICHARD  DAY. 

Articled  to  Ben.  Day,  of  Leeds.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal 
Field  Artillery  (T.)  and  subsequently  attained  the  rank  of  Major.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  in  France  throughout  from  the  spring  of  1915,  and 
was  in  command  of  his  Battery  at  the  Passchendaele  Ridge.  Killed  in  action 
Feb.  23,  1918. 

THOMAS  FAIRCHILD  DAY. 

Admitted  March  1907,  in  practice  at  Ilfracombe.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.),  subsequently  promoted  to  Capt. 

GILBERT  WILLIAM  DAYNES. 

Admitted  July  1906.  Member  of  J.  W.  C.  Daynes,  Son  &  Keefe,  of  Norwich. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Major,  1st  East  Anglian  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery 
(T.).  Remained  in  1st  East  Anglian  Brigade  to  Aug.  1916,  533rd  Howitzer 
Battery  Sept.  to  Oct.  1916,  95th  Brigade  Oct.  1916  to  July  1918,  promoted 
Lieut.-Col.  July  1918,  with  64th  Divisional  Artillery  Aug.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Oct.  1916, 
France  Oct.  1916.  to  July  1918,  Home  July  1918  to  Jun.  1919.  Wounded  at 
Battle  of  Arras  April  22,  1917. 

GERALD  MARMADUKE  DE  LANGPORT  DAYRELL. 

Admitted  March  1898.  Member  of  Charles  &  Dayrell,  of  67  Moorgate 
Street,  E.C.     Served  as  Major,  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt. 

ALFRED  STANLEY  DEACON. 

Articled  to  Walter  Watts,  of  Bristol.  Joined  Aug,  17,  1914,  as  Private, 
6th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  and  attached 
to  11th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1915,  attached  to 
West  African  Frontier  Force,  sent  to  West  Coast  of  Africa  in  July  1915,  served 
through  the  Cameroon  Expedition,  returned  to  England  July  1916,  attached 
to  3rd  Gloucestershire  Regt.  in  Nov.  1916  and  sent  to  France.  Killed  at 
Assevillers,  near  Dompierre,  Feb.  28,  1917. 

ARTHUR  EDWARD  COLE  DEACON. 

Admitted  May  1902.  Managing  Clerk  with  Dod,  Longstaffe  &  Fen  wick, 
of  16  Berners  Street,  W.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private,  Army  Cychst  Corps. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  (Cinque  Ports)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Jan. 
1916,  appointed  Recruiting  Officer  Feb.  1917,  gazetted  A/Capt.  whilst  em- 
ployed as  Chief  Registration  Officer  of  an  Area  Oct.  1917,  appointed  Assistant 


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Legal   Adviser,    London  Region  of   Ministry  of   National  Service  Nov.  1917. 
Served  at  Home. 

HORACE  AUGUSTUS  DEACON. 

Articled  to  Frank  Naylor,  of  Jaspar  House,  Copthall  Avenue,  E.C.  Joined 
Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  13th  Batt.  County  of  London  (Princess  Louise's  Ken- 
sington) Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  13,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  15, 
1915,  A/Capt.  Jan.  1917.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Vimy  Ridge,  outside 
Lens,  April  23,  1917. 

REGINALD  WILLIAM  JOHN  DURAND  DEACON. 

Admitted  July  1899.  Member  of  Stephens  &  Wright,  of  St.  Austell, 
Cornwall.  Joined  Dec.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt. 
May  1916,  Major  (Brevet)  June  1919.  Awarded  ]\LC.  Served  in  Gallipoli 
1915,  Mesopotamia  1916  (First  Kut  Relief  Expedition),  and  1916  to  1917  (to 
Baghdad),  India,  General  Staff,  Army  Headquarters,  1918,  Home,  General 
Staff,  War  Office,  1918  to  1920. 

WALTER  JOHN  DEACON. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  Peterborough.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as 
Lieut.,  East  African  Veterinary  Corps,  Lieut.  Bang's  African  Rifles  April  1917 
to  Dec.  1918.     Served  in  British  East  Africa. 

CHARLES  JOSEPH  JOHN  KING  DEAKIN. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Messrs.  Onions  &  Davies,  of 
Market  Drayton.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  in  Public  School  Batt.,  pro- 
moted Sergeant  Jan.  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  16th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 
May  1915.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Nov.  1915,  then  went  to  France. 
Died  July  2, 1916,  from  wounds  received  on  July  1, 1916,  at  Beaumont  Hamel  in 
Battle  of  Somme. 

CHARLES  FREDERICK  ELLIS  DEAN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Pulman  &  Dean,  of  Lutterworth  and 
Rugby.  Joined  Dec.  31,  1914,  as  Private,  19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  March  28,  1917,  promoted  Lieut. 
Sept.  1918.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  Dec.  31,  1915. 

LEONARD  LAWSON  DEAN. 

Articled  to  his  father,  A.  H.  Dean,  of  Manchester.  Passed  into  Sandhurst 
and  was  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  April  1917.  Killed 
in  action  Oct.  3,  1918. 

FREDERICK  LLEWELYN  DEANE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1908.  Member  of  Wilson  &  Deane,  Bracknell,  Berks. 
Joined  1915,  as  Private,  15th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Civil  Service 
Rifles).  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Killed  in  action  on  the  Somme 
Sept.  15,  1916.     Buried  at  Bazentin-le-Grand. 

HENRY  JOHN  DEANE. 

Admitted  May  1897,  practising  at  Loughborough.  Joined  Aug.  5,  1914, 
as  Private,  5th  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Sergeant  Sept.  1914. 
Gazetted    Lieut,    and    Quartermaster    Leicestershire    Regt.    Sept.    15,    1914, 


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promoted  Capt.  and  Quartermaster  Sept.  1917,  transferred  to  T.F.  Reserve 
Nov.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

REGINALD  SLEIGHT  DEARDEN. 

Articled  to  H.  S.  Thompson,  of  Harrogate.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as 
Private  (University  and  Public  Schools  Batt.),  21st  Royal  FusiHers,  went 
to  France  in  Nov.  1915  as  Divisional  Cyclist  with  33rd  Division,  and  in  May 
1916  joined  as  a  bomber  1st  Batt.  Cameronians  (Scottish  Rifles).  Killed  in 
action  in  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  July  16,  1916. 

CHARLES  DEARDS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907.  Member  of  Leoni  &  Deards,  of  31  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  No.  19  Kite  Balloon  Section 
Royal  Flying  Corps,  subsequently  promoted  to  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force.  Served 
in  France.  Died  at  No.  8  General  Hospital,  Rouen,  Oct.  5,  1918,  of  blood 
poisoning  sustained  after  a  descent  in  a  parachute. 

ERNEST  ARTHUR  DE  BLTIIATTE. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Member  of  de  Buriatte  &  Bowen,  of  7  Ely  Place, 
E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1916, 
Temp.  Capt.  on  Staff  at  Malta  Jan.  1919. 

WILLIAM  DE  CAUX. 

Admitted  April  1905,  practised  at  10  Staple  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Norfolk  Regt.  Dec.  9,  1914, 
promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  Capt.  Oct.  1915.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  Sept.  15, 1916. 

VIVIAN  DEER. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Member  of  Deer  &  Deer,  of  Port  Talbot.  Joined 
Aug.  29,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 
April  29,  1915,  attached  6th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  May  1917,  promoted 
Capt.  June  1917.  Served  on  East  Coast  Aug.  1914  to  May  1917,  France 
May  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  Home  Sept.  1918  to  March  1919. 

ESM]£  MORTON  DE  FLEURY. 

Articled  to  Oswald  Hanson,  of  44  Hammersmith  Road,  W.  Joined 
March  1916,  as  Cadet,  Bristol  University  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Flying  Corps  May  1917,  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  July  1918. 
Served  at  Home  and  at  Sea. 

JOHN  BERKELEY  DE  FONBLANQUE. 

Articled  to  R.  S.  Taylor,  of  5  Gray's  Inn  Square,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Worcestershire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 

CURT  GUSTAV  DEHN. 

Admitted  March  1906.  Member  of  Dunderdale  and  Dehn,  of  85  London 
Wall,  E.C,  and  Manchester.  Joined  July  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Wiltshire  Regt.  March  1,  1917,  Station  Staff  Officer 
Allahabad,  India,  May  1918,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served  in  England 
July  1916  to  July  1917,  India  Sept.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 


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REGINALD  DE  KUSEL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911,  practised  at  24  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  48th  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

JAMES  LOMBARD  DE  LA  COUR. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Of  45  Redcliffe  Gardens,  South  Kensington.  Served 
as  Lieut.,  16  Batt.  London  Regt. 

WILFRED  LAWSON  DELL. 

Admitted  March  1911,  practising  at  17-18  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Nov.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company  (Infantry),  promoted  Corporal 
Dec.  1915,  Signal  Sergeant  June  1916.  Commissioned  in  King's  Own  Yorkshire 
Light  Infantry  June  1917,  appointed  Assistant  Adjutant  May  1918,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1918.  Served  on  Western  Front  April  1915  to  Jan.  1917,  and 
Aug.  1917  to  Jan.  1918. 

ROBERT  COVENTRY  DENBY. 

Admitted  April  1907,  practising  at  Coventry.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1917. 

REGINALD  IVESON  DENHAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practising  at  170  Piccadilly,  W.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Capt.,  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Major  June  1916.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  with  Mediterranean  Expeditionary 
Force  Feb.  to  Oct.  1915,  British  Expeditionary  Force  June  1916  to  Nov. 
1917,  and  Italian  Expeditionary  Force  Nov.  1917  to  Nov.  1918. 

GEORGE  WILLIAM  DENMAN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Edwin  Boxall  &  Kempe,  of  Brighton. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

THOMAS  HIERCY  DENMAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1888.  Of  East  Retford.  Served  as  Major,  Territorial 
Reserve,  attached  8th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  (T). 

WILFRID  DENNES. 

Articled  to  his  father,  E.  T.  M.  Dennes,  of  22  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar.     Killed  in  action  March  21,  1918. 

HENRY  LARDNER  DENNYS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Of  Hong  Kong.  Served  as  Lieut.  (A/Capt.),  3rd 
Chinese  Coy.  Labour  Corps. 

CYRIL  ASTON  DENVER. 

Admitted  May  1901.  Member  of  Cox  &  Co.,  17  Towxr  Royal,  Cannon 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  21,  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
(M  T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Served  in  France  Aug.  1916  to  Feb.  1918, 
Belgium  Feb.  to  Dec.  1918,  Germany  Dec.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

HORACE  FREDERICK  DENVER. 

Admitted  June  1902.  Managing  Clerk  with  Messrs.  Reeves,  of  42  Old 
Broad  Street,   E.C.     Mobilised  Aug.   1914,   as   Sergeant,  Middlesex  Hussars 


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(1st  County  of  London  Yeomanry),  promoted  Sergeant-Major  1915.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  12th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Feb.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  April  1915,  in 
Egypt,  Galhpoh,  and  Salonica  Feb.  1916  to  July  1917.  Wounded  at  Battle 
of  Chocolate  Hill,  Gallipoh.  Killed  July  13,  1917,  at  Horse  Shoe  Hill, 
Salonica. 

ALAN  DE  PENNINGTON. 

Admitted  March  1911,  practised  at  Blackburn.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt. 

GERALD  LISLE  ALEXANDER  DE  ROUGEMONT. 

Articled  to,  and  INIanaging  Clerk  with,  E.  F.  Turner  &  Sons,  115  Leadenhall 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  March  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.), 
and  subsequently  promoted  Corporal.  Served  with  the  Salonica  Expeditionary 
Force.     Died  Aug.  10,  1919,  of  malaria  contracted  while  on  active  service. 

ARTHUR  DANIEL  DERVICHE- JONES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1897,  practised  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  10th 
Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish),  and  subsequently  obtained 
a  commission  in  the  1st  Batt.  Liverpool  Regt.,  transferred  to  the  King's  Own 
Royal  Lancaster  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches^ 
Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  Bar,  and  the  M.C. 

JOHN  LINDSAY  DEUCHAR. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912,  practised  at  Knutsford.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.> 
Machine  Gun  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918. 

ROLANT)  ELLIS  DE  VESIAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1884,  practised  at  8  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Served  as  Major, 
Musketry  Instructor  36th  Infantry  Brigade,  and  subsequently  as  Lieut.-CoL 
8th  (City  of  London)  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Post  Office  Rifles). 

THOMAS  VALENTINE  DEVEY. 

Admitted  March  1910,  practised  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Served  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  April  8,  1918. 

HATTON  BERTRAM  ST.  JOHN  DE  VINE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909,  practised  at  Tipton,  Staffs,  until  1911.  Ordained 
and  appointed  Curate  at  Birmingham  Cathedral.  Appointed  Chaplain  to  the 
Forces  and  attached  to  the  West  Riding  Regt.,  and  subsequently  to  a  Scottish 
Regt.     Killed  April  27,  1916. 

FERAY  VULLIAMY  DEVONSHIRE. 

Articled  to  Sir  John  J.  Stavridi,  of  40  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Mobilised 
Aug.  5,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Middlesex  Hussars  (1st  County  of  London 
Yeomanry),  2nd  Lieut.  7th  (Queen's  Own)  Hussars  March  1916,  attached  Royal 
Air  Force  July  1917,  Flight-Commander  Nov.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  until  April  1915,  at  Gallipoli  1915,  Egypt  1916, 
India  1916  to  1917,  Mesopotamia  Nov.  1917,  Afghan  War  1919.  Killed  in  action 
Afghan  Border  July  20,  1919. 


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GILBERT  DEWAR. 

Admitted  May  1909,  practising  at  353  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1914, 
as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army 
Ordnance  Corps  March  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1917,  A/Capt.  Jan.  1919. 
Served  in  France  Dec.  1914  to  March  1917,  and  in  Italy  March  1917  to  1920. 

ARTHUR  AUGUSTUS  BLATHWAYT  DEWING. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906.  Member  of  Welchman  &  Dewing,  of  Wisbech. 
Joined  Jan.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  (T.).  Served  in 
France.  Injured  in  accident — run  do\vn  by  W.O.  lorry,  result  of  which  left 
leg  amputated.     Discharged  Nov.  1916. 

CHARLES  ESMOND  DE  WOLFF. 

Articled  to  A.  B.  Watson,  of  12  Bouverie  Street,  Fleet  Street,  E.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  (C.P.)  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Nov.  7, 1914,  attached  Royal  Army 
Ordnance  Department  June  1915  as  Lieut.,  promoted  Capt.  Oct.  1916,  Major 
May  1918,  Lieut. -Col.  Feb.  1919.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  C.B.E.  and  O.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served  at  Home,  Salonica 
(whole  time  to  end  of  War  with  Bulgaria  and  Turkey),  and  South  Russia 
(British  Military  Mission). 

CHARLES  DIBDIN. 

Articled  to  R.  W.  Dibdin,  of  23  Red  Lion  Square,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  23. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  6,  1915. 
Served  in  France  July  1915  to  Nov.  1917. 

CEDRIC  CHARLES  DICKENS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Coward  &  Hawkesley,  Sons  & 
Chance,  of  30  Mincing  Lane,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  13th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.  (Kensington),  promoted  Major  Dec.  1915.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home,  in  Belgium,  and  in  France. 
Wounded  at  Laventie  Feb.  22,  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Linge  Wood  (Battle 
of  the  Somme)  Sept.  9,  1916. 

ARTHUR  GEORGE  DICKINS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906.  Member  of  Hunt  &  Dickins,  of  Nottingham.  Joined 
Jan.  10,  1918,  as  Air  Mechanic,  Royal  Flying  Corps.     Served  at  Home. 

ARNOLD  VICTOR  DICKINSON. 

Articled  to  F.  E.  Forster,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as 
Cadet,  Durham  University  O.T.C.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt.  Durham 
Light  Infantry  Aug.  23,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  Served  at  Home 
Oct.  1914  to  June  1916,  and  in  France  June  1916  to  Feb.  1918.  Wounded  at 
Ypres  Feb.  12,  1918.     Discharged  Sept.  21,  1918,  on  account  of  wounds. 

CHARLES  LEMPRIERE  HERBERT  DICKINSON. 

Articled  to  C.  D.  Heaton,  of  Burslem.  Served  as  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Leicester- 
shire Regt. 

FRANK  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911,  practised  at  Leicester.  Served  as  Private,  4th  Batt. 
Leicestershire  Regt. 


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HAROLD  CROWTHER  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909.  Member  of  John  Dickinson  &  Son,  of  Wakefield. 
Served  as  Chief  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 

JAMES  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Member  of  Thomas  Cooper  &  Co.,  and  Stibbard 
Gibson  &  Co.,  of  21  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Capt.,  Royal  Field 
Artillery. 

JOHN  DANIEL  DLTNCAN  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  July  1901.  Of  Petrograd,  Russia.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Medical  Corps. 

JOHN  HERBERT  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1892,  practising  at  St.  Helens,  Lanes.  Served  as  Capt., 
5th  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Major. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

JOHN  ROBERT  DICKINSON. 

Articled  to  John  Gardner,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Trooper,  Duke  of 
Lancaster's  Own  Yeomanry,  subsequently  obtained  a  commission  in  the 
8th  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar. 

LEONARD  TAYLOR  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  April  1911.  Member  of  J.  L.  Dickinson  &  Sons,  of  Weston- 
super-Mare.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  North  Somerset  Yeomanry.  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium.  Killed  in  action  at  Vlamertinghe,  Belgium,  Nov.  17, 
1914. 

RICHARD  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Of  Manchester.  Served  as  Lance-Corporal,  Royal 
Welch  Fusiliers. 

RONALD  FRANCIS  BICKERSTETH  DICKINSON. 

Admitted  July  1910.  With  Hill,  Dickinson  &  Co.,  of  Liverpool.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  10th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish). 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Killed  in 
capture  of  German  trenches  at  Hooge  on  June  16,  1915. 

THOMAS  ARTHUR  DICKINSON. 

Articled  to  Henry  A.  May,  of  Wolverhampton.  Joined  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.  May  1915,  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  South  Stafford- 
shire Regt.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Battle  of  Somme  July  1, 
1916. 

ARTHUR  HUBERT  DICKSON. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Member  of  W.  J.  Dickson  &  Sons,  of  Kirkham. 
Granted  commission  2nd  Lieut.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  Sept.  1914 
and  attached  to  the  47th  Regimental  District  as  Recruiting  Officer,  subse- 
quently transferred  from  Kirkham  to  Preston.     Died  Oct.  7,  1915. 

FREDERIC  LIVINGSTONE  DICKSON. 

Admitted  June  1905.  Member  of  Challinors  &  Dickson,  of  Hanley. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Cheshire  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  153 

(T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914,  Capt.  Feb.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  till  1917,  Egypt  July  to  Sept.  1917,  Palestine 
Sept.  1917  to  Armistice. 

GERALD  HECTOR  DICKSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1904.  Member  of  Buck  &  Dicksons,  of  Preston.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.,  and  subsequently 
attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

JOSEPH  WILLIAM  EDMUND  DICKSON. 

Articled  to  Edmund  Dickson,  of  Garstang,  Lanes.  Joined  Oct.  10,  1914, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Seaforth 
Highlanders  Jan.  13,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1916,  Capt.  June  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France,  Mesopotamia, 
Palestine,  India,  and  Egypt.  Wounded  June  21,  1915,  July  6,  1916,  and 
May  21,  1917. 

VINCENT  HAMILTON  DICKSON. 

Admitted  June  1899.  Member  of  Dickson,  Barnes  &  Dickson,  of  Chester. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  Cheshire  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.), 
served  with  Cheshire  Brigade  until  July  1917  and  with  330th  Brigade  Nov.  21, 
1917,  to  May  1919,  A/Lieut. -Col.  Jan.  to  Feb.  1919.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  T.D.  Served  in  France  Nov.  1915 
to  Feb.  1916  and  Nov.  1917  to  May  1919,  Egypt  and  Palestme  Feb.  1916  to 
July  1917. 

WILLIAM  HERBERT  DICKSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901,  practising  at  Chippenham.  Joined  14th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish)  in  1916  and  was  later  attached 
to  an  O.T.C.  at  Gales.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt. 
Killed  in  action  in  France,  June  7,  1917. 

ESSEX  LOFTUS  DIGBY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904,  practised  at  Cardiff.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  296th 
Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 

MALCOLM  ALEXANDER  MELDON  DILLON. 

Admitted  April  1914,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 

PERCY  ETTY  DIMES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  in  Solicitor's  Department,  London  County 
Council.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  June  1916,  Corporal  Nov.  1916, 
transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  Aug.  1917,  Sergeant  Instructor  in  Aerial 
Gunnery  Dec.  1917.     Served  at  Home  Training  Stations. 

JOHN  FRANCIS  DOUGLAS  DIMOCK. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Member  of  Mee  &  Co.,  of  Retford.  Joined  Sept. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters), 
promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  Capt.  June  1916,  A/D.A.Q.M.G.  59th  D.H.Q. 
Oct.  1918  to  May  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  O.B.E. 
(Military  Division).     Served  at  Home,  Ireland,  and  in  France. 


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HUGH  KENNETT  DINN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Dinn  &  Son,  of  2  Gresham  Buildings, 
Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  5th  City  of  London 
Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  King's 
Royal  Rifle  Corps  April  1,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1916.  Served  at  Home 
Sept.  1914  to  May  1915,  and  Oct.  1915  to  Oct.  1919,  France  June  to  Oct. 
1915.     Wounded  at  Loos  Sept.  25,  1915. 

ROBERT  MALAM  DIX. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904,  practising  at  Cranbourn  Street,  W.C.  Joined 
April  1916,  as  Lieut.,  General  List,  promoted  Capt.  Jan.  1917,  Major  Aug.  1918, 
transferred  to  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  July  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  (Military).  Served  at  Home,  with  E.E.F. 
Sept.  1917  to  May  1918,  Army  of  the  Rhine  May  1918  to  Oct.  1919. 

ARTHUR  CARLYNE  NIVEN  DIXEY. 

Admitted  July  1913,  practising  at  Barrow-in-Furness.  Served  as  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt. 

BURLEIGH  HARRY  JOHN  DIXON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1896.  Of  Redland,  Bristol.  Enlisted  June  3,  1915,  as 
Private,  4th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.     Served  in  France. 

CLIVE  DIXON. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  Dixon,  of  Gateshead.  Joined  Aug.  15,  1918,  as  Cadet,. 
Royal  Field  Artillery. 

CYRIL  IVIAXFIELD  DIXON. 

Articled  to  P.  K.  Wake,  of  Sheffield.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  and  served  as 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  (Hallamshire  Rifles).  Killed  in 
action  in  France  Aug.  30,  1915. 

FRANCIS  DIXON. 

Admitted  July  1902.  Member  of  Peckover,  Scriven  &  Co.,  of  Leeds. 
Joined  Oct.  19,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Temp.  Capt.  Jan.  1915,  A/Capt.  July  1917,  attached  234th  Infantry  Batt. 
as  Lieut.  Aug.  1917,  and  to  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry  Oct.  1917.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.     Severely  wounded  at  Nesle  March  25,  1918. 

JAMES  MAURICE  DIXON. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Member  of  Jacobs,  Dixon  &  Sons,  of  Hull.  Joined, 
as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  and  promoted  Bombardier,  subsequently 
transferred  as  Cadet  to  the  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Cadet  School,  Maresfield 
Park,  Sussex,  and  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  April  1919. 

JOHN  HARRISON  DIXON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  Member  of  Dixon,  Ward  &  Dixon,  of  1  Lancaster 
Place,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Horse  Artillery. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  May  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov. 
1918.     Served  with  Salonica  Expeditionary  Force. 

PETER  SYDENHAM  DIXON. 

Admitted  June  1905.  Formerly  Assistant  Solicitor  to  C.  B.  Hodgson,  of 
Carlisle,  Clerk  of  the  Peace  for  Cumberland,  and  afterwards  of  Hong  Kong. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  155 

Joined  the  Hong  Kong  Volunteers  in  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt. 
Royal  Sussex  Regt.  May  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  1917.  Served  at  Home,  in 
Belgium,  and  in  France.     Killed  near  Albert,  France,  1918. 

EDGAR  STANBURY  DOBELL. 

Articled  to  J.  P.  Dobell,  of  Plymouth.  Joined  Nov.  9,  1915,  as  Private, 
Coldstream  Guards,  promoted  Corporal  Sept.  1918,  Sergeant  Feb.  1919.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  1915,  France  and  Belgium  1916, 
1917  and  1918,  Germany  1919. 

REGINALD  CRAWSHAW  DOBSON. 

Admitted  June  1906.  Member  of  Hewson,  Goodall  &  Dobson,  of  Leeds. 
Joined  Jan  3,  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (S.R.)  Sept.  28,  1916,  promoted  A/Capt.  Oct.  1917, 
Substantive  Lieut.  March  1918,  A/Major  Oct.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium  with  23rd  Siege  Battery. 

THOMAS  KING  DOBSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909,  practising  at  Thornaby-on-Tees.  Joined  Nov.  1914, 
as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company  (Infantry).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  (S.R.) 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  July  1,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  1917,  A/Capt.  1918. 
Served  at  Home,  France  March  to  May  1915,  Dardanelles  Sept.  1915  to 
Evacuation,  Egypt  Jan.  to  April  1916,  Salonica  April  to  Aug.  1916.  Wounded 
near  Ypres  May  22,  1915. 

ARTHUR  LEIGH  DODD. 

Articled  to  T.  H.  &  T.  Dodd,  of  Preston.  Served  as  Private,  King's 
Liverpool  Regt. 

CHARLES  LEONARD  DODD. 

Admitted  Sept.  1912,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Lance-Corporal, 
7th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt. 

WILFRID  THOMAS  DODD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909.  Member  of  Miller,  Taylor  &  Holmes,  of  Liverpool. 
Served  as  Capt.,  Western  Army  Troop  Signal  Coy.  Royal  Engineers  (T.),  and 
subsequently  promoted  Major.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  D.S.O. 

GEORGE  HEPPLE  DODDS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910,  practised  at  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  Northumbrian  Divisional  Royal  Engineers  (T.),  promoted  Capt. 
June  1916. 

FRED  STANLEY  DODSON. 

Admitted  March  1907,  practising  at  Taunton.  Joined  Sept.  21,  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  Somerset  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Major  June  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France  and  England. 

BENJAMIN  DODSWORTH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906.  Member  of  Gray  &  Dodsworth,  of  1  Bank  Buildings, 
Princes  Street,  E.C.,  and  York.  Served  as  Capt.,  Territorial  Force  Reserve,, 
attached  to  the  American  Mission  at  Tours. 


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LEONARD  LUMLEY  SAVAGE  DODSWORTH. 

Articled  to  W.  S.  Haniiam,  of  Leeds.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  12th  Batt. 
West  Yorkshire  Regt. 

GEORGE  NEWBOULD  DODWORTH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as 
Capt.,  Royal  Engineers  (T.F.),  promoted  to  Major  Nov.  1914.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  1914,  1916,  and  June  1918  to  Feb.  1919, 
Gallipoli  March  to  Sept.  1915. 

LEO  DOHERTY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  Member  of  Shippey,  Earley  &  Doherty,  of  Man- 
chester. Joined  May  29,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  subse- 
quently promoted  Corporal.     Served  at  Home. 

REGINALD  CHAMBERLAIN  DOIDGE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practised  at  Ashton-under-Lyne.  Joined  1914,  as 
Private,  South  Notts  Hussars  (T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Lancashire  Fusiliers, 
and  subsequently  promoted  to  Capt.  Accidentally  killed  at  Calonne,  France, 
on  March  2,  1916,  consequent  on  the  explosion  of  a  defective  bomb  as  he  was 
instructing  his  Company. 

KENNETH  VERE  DOLLEY^IORE. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Member  of  Richardson,  Sadlers  &  Callard,  3  St. 
James's  Street,  S.W.  Joined  Dec.  13,  1914,  as  A.B.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve.  Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  Nov.  27,  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1917,  and  Adjutant  Dec.  1918  to  March  1919.  Served 
at  Home  for  Anti- Aircraft  Work. 

JOHN  COLIN  DOMINY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1902.  Member  of  Robins,  Westlake  &  Dominy,  of  South- 
ampton. Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  with  5th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  Sailed  for 
India  Oct.  9,  1914,  in  rank  of  Capt.,  became  Major  June  1916.  Served  in  India, 
Afghan  War  1919. 

FRANK  DOMVILLE. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Browne,  of  Warrington.  Served  as  Private,  11th  Batt. 
King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps. 

MALCOLMSON  GARDINER  DONAHOO. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901,  practised  at  28  St.  Swithin's  Lane,  E.C.  Joined 
Oct.  8,  1914,  as  Private,  Sportsman's  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Obtained 
commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry 
Feb.  21,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916,  A/Capt.  Aug.  1916.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France  Aug.  1915  to  Jan.  1917.  Died  of  wounds  Jan. 
31,  1917. 

STUART  BURTON  DONALD. 

Admitted  July  1902,  practising  at  Union  Bank  Buildings,  Ely  Place,  E.C. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut,,  Kent  Cyclist  Batt.  (T.F.),  promoted 
Capt.  Dec.  1914,  attached  5th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs)  (T.F.) 
June  1916.     Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Aug.  1916,  and  Sept.  1916  to  Jan. 


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1917,  France  Aug.  to  Sept.  1916,  Greece,  Turkey,  Bulgaria,  Rumania  (Salonica 
Army)  Jan.  1917  to  April  1919.     Wounded  Sept.  1916. 

ARTHUR  LESLIE  DONALDSON. 

Articled  to  B.  D.  Webster,  of  Newton  Abbot.     Served  as  Lieut.,  13th  Batt. 
Rifle  Brigade. 
NEVILE  SAVAGE  DONE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904.  Managing  Clerk  with  Speechly  &  Co.,  of  10  New 
Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  June  1916,  as  Private,  London  University 
O.T.C.,  and  in  Sept.  1916  transferred  as  Private  to  16th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers  March  1917,  attached  22nd  Batt.  Served  at  Home  June  1916  to  Feb. 
1917,  and  in  France  Feb.  to  March  1917,  Killed  in  action  at  Irles,  Somme, 
March  10,  1917. 

EDMUND  RUSSELL  DONISTHORPE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1891.  Member  of  Donisthorpe  &  Co.,  of  Swan  House,  Gt. 
Swan  Alley,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  2/1  Bucks  Batt.  Ox.  and  Bucks 
Light  Infantry,  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  O.C.  Company  R.D.C.,  O.C.  Troops  Coventry, 
Law  Officer  Winchester.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home. 

WILLIAM  RALPH  DONNE. 

Articled  to  T.  F.  Ivens,  of  Kidderminster.  Served  as  Trooper,  Queen's 
Own  Worcestershire  Yeomanry,  and  afterwards  as  Lieut.  Warwickshire  Regt., 
attached  2nd  Batt.  Shropshire  Light  Infantry. 

ROY  HOLDSWORTH  DORE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Paterson,  Candler  &  Sykes, 
of  8  Bream's  Buildings,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  (Service)  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  Sept.  1914.  Served 
at  Home.     Discharged  Jan.  1915. 

GEOFFREY  CHARLES  HERBERT  DORMAN. 

Articled  to  C.  H.  Dorman,  of  23  Essex  Street,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 

HERBERT  DALE  DOUBLE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Member  of  Alfred  Double  &  Sons,  91  Fore  Street, 
E.C.  Joined  June  29, 1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Aug.  26,  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

HENRY  KENNETH  DOUGLAS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Cooper  &  Co.,  of  Newcastle,  Staffs. 
Joined  Jan  14,  1915,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  1916,  Lieut.-Commander  1918.  Served  at  Gallipoli,  Salonica, 
and  in  France.  Wounded  in  Gallipoli  Dec.  11,  1915.  Invalided  out  of  the 
Army  Oct.  1918.  Died  from  tuberculous  disease  contracted  whilst  on  Active 
Service  on  May  22,  1919. 

JOHN  MALCOLM  DOUGLAS. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Member  of  Adam  Douglas  &  Son,  of  Alnwick 
and  Amble.  Joined  Nov.  23,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps, 
appointed  A/Corporal  Feb.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 


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MALCOLIM  GORDON  DOUGLAS. 

Admitted  June  1906,  practised  at  6  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Served  as  Capt.  and 
Adjutant,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  and  promoted  Major  Nov.  1916.  Three 
times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  M.C. 

JACK  MILDRED  DOULTON. 

Articled  to  R.  W.  B.  Buckland,  of  23  Bush  Lane,  E.C.  Served  as  Private, 
Public  Schools  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

JOHN  BULLOUGH  DOUTHWAITE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906,  practised  at  Lancaster.  Enlisted  Oct.  1914  in 
the  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Died  of  malaria  at  Nairobi,  East  Africa, 
Vv^hilst  serving. 

KENNETH  TOWNLEY  DOWDING. 

Articled  to  H.  M.  Crookenden,  of  3  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C. 
Joined  Aug.  7,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt. 
(London  Rifle  Brigade).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey 
Regt.  Jan.  12,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915,  joined  Royal  Flying  Corps 
Sept.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  May  1916,  Major  Jan.  1917,  Capt.  Royal  Air  Force 
Feb.  1918,  Squadron  Leader  Aug.  1918.  Awarded  the  D.F.C.  Served  in 
France  March  to  Dec.  1916  and  May  to  Aug.  1918,  and  in  Italy  Nov.  1917 
to  Jan.  1918. 

FREDERICK  HENRY  DOWKER. 

Admitted  April  1902.  Managing  Clerk  with  Wainwright  &  Co.,  9  Staple 
Inn,  W.C,  and  afterwards  of  Southern  Rhodesia.  Joined  Oct.  3,  1914, 
as  Private,  23rd  (1st  Sportman's)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lance- 
Corporal  1915.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  capture  of  Delville  Wood 
July  29,  1916. 

ARTHUR  EDWARD  DOWLEY. 

Admitted  April  1902.  Member  of  Geo.  Brown,  Son  &  Vardy,  56  Finsbury 
Pavement,  E.C.  Joined  May  1916,  as  Rifleman,  3/5  City  of  London  Batt. 
London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Oct.  1916. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  (T.F.)  April  1917, 
attached  8th  Batt.  July  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  at  Home,  in  Belgium,  and  in  France. 

RALPH  PATRICK  O'BRIAN  DOWLING. 

Admitted  July  1909,  practised  at  Ilkley.  Served  as  Lance-Corporal,  Duke 
of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt. 

THOMAS  DOWLING. 

Admitted  April  1895,  practising  at  Bishop  Auckland.  Mobilised  Aug.  6, 
1914,  with  rank  of  Major,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  A/Lieut.- 
Col.  Jan.  1916,  reverted  to  rank  of  Major  Dec.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.-Col. 
Aug.  1917,  to  date  from  June  2,  1916.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military  Division)  and  Belgian  Croix  de  Guerre.  Served 
at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  April  1915  and  Dec.  1915  to  Dec.  1916,  Belgium  and 
France  April  to  Dec.  1915,  Dec.  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  and  March  to  Dec.  1918, 
Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1918.     Germany  Jan.  to  July  1919. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  159 

FRANCIS  PATTON  DOWN. 

Admitted  March  1899.  Member  of  Down,  Scott  &  Down,  of  Dorking. 
Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.,  trans- 
ferred to  Royal  Garrison  Artiiler}^  Nov.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917, 
Capt.  Feb.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Nov.  1914 
to  Oct.  1916,  and  at  Salonica  Oct.  1916  to  June  1919. 

ERIC  LIDIARD  DOWNEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913,  practising  at  Croydon.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th 
Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  to  Capt. 

HAROLD  CORBETT  DOWNING. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  Downing  &  Handcock,  of  Cardiff. 
Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  Capt.  June  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
at  Home  Oct.  1914  to  Sept.  1915  and  Sept.  1917  to  March  1919,  Gallipoli 
Sept.  to  Dec.  1915,  Egypt  and  Palestine  Dec.  1915  to  Aug.  1917.  Wounded 
Gaza  March  26,  1917. 

HUMPHREY  DOWSON. 

Articled  to  Walter  Dowson,  of  19  Surrey  Street,  W.C.  Enlisted  Aug.  1914  in 
the  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Received  a  commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Royal 
Rifle  Corps  Nov.  11,  1914,  promoted  Lieut,  in  15th  Batt.  March  1915,  Capt. 
9th  Batt.  Aug.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  in  France.  Reported  wounded  and  missing,  and  eventually  considered 
killed  in  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  Sept.  15,  1916. 

NOEL  CECIL  DOWSON. 

Admitted  June  1908.  Member  of  Dowsons,  of  18  Adam  Street,  Adelphi, 
W.C.  Joined  Aug.  16,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Dec.  1915,  A/Capt.  and  Adjutant  Nov.  1917.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Served  in  GallipoU  1915,  Egypt  1916  and  1917,  France  1918. 

SYDNEY  HOUGHTON  DOWSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Of  West  Meon,  Hants.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists'  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  1st  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  July  1915,  subsequently  A/Capt. 
General  List.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  Jan.  1915  to  April  1918. 
Wounded  June  1916. 

ARCHIBALD  STANLEY  DRABBLE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913,  practising  at  Wirksworth.  Served  as  Private,  Public 
School  Corps,  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps. 

HERBERT  HARDY  DRABBLE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Joined  Dec.  17,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Aug. 
1915,  A/Capt.  Nov.  1915,  Substantive  Capt.  Aug.  1916.  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium.     Wounded  Nov.  11,  1917. 

FRANCIS  HUBERT  DRAKE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practising  at  Haslemere,  Surrey.  Joined  April  13, 
1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  promoted 


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Lieut.  July  1, 1917,  Capt.  (local  rank)  from  Jan.  1918.     Served  in  Mesopotamia 
and  India. 

FREDERIC  AUGUSTUS  DRAKE. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Member  of  Williams  &  James,  Norfolk  House, 
Thames  Embankment,  W.C.  Joined  June  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Warwickshire 
Yeomanry,  promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant  1917.  Served  at  Home  and  Egypt 
and  Palestine.  Wounded  in  Battle  of  Gaza  April  1917.  Drowned  in  the 
sinking  of  H.M.T.  Leasowe  Castle,  torpedoed  off  Alexandria,  May  27,  1918,  on 
the  Regt.  returning  to  England  en  route  for  France. 

CONRAD  HAMPDEN  DRAYTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practising  at  6  Bond  Court,  Walbrook,  E.C.  Served 
as  Major,  Home  Counties  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

ROBERT  HARRY  DRAYTON. 

Articled  to  Roberts  &  Andrew,  of  Exeter.  Served  as  Sergt.,  2nd  Batt. 
Public  School  Corps. 

JOHN  HENRY  DRESSER. 

Admitted  E.  1875.  Member  of  Dresser  &  Earl,  of  89  Chancery  Lane, 
W.C.     Served  as  Major,  Home  Counties  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.). 

ALFRED  LIONEL  DREW. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Nisbet,  Drew  &  Loughborough,  of 
23  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  8,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company 
(Infantry).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  June  23,  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  Capt.  Sept.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  HAWORTH  DRIVER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910,  practising  at  Guiseley,  near  Leeds.  Joined  Dec.  5, 
1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Loyal 
North  Lancashire  Regt.  March.  1,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served 
in  France  April  1917  to  Oct.  1917.     Wounded  July  28,  1917,  and  Oct.  26,  1917. 

GEOFFRY  TREINIENHEERE  DRUITT. 

Articled  to  James  Druitt,  of  Bournemouth.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  with 
7th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  (Temp.)  Sept.  1914,  Capt. 
(Substantive)  June  1916,  detached  from  Regiment  on  Staff  duties  1916  and 

1917,  D.A.A.  and  Q.M.G.  Presidency  Brigade,  Calcutta,   Oct.    1916   to  Jan. 

1918.  Served  in  India  1914  to  1918,  Aden  Field  Force  1918  to  1919. 

JAMES  VICTOR  DRUITT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  J.  &  W.  H.  Druitt,  of  Bourne- 
mouth. Mobilised  Aug.  5, 1914,  as  Capt.,  7th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  Served 
at  Home. 

ROBERT  EVERARD  DRUITT. 

Admitted  April  1908,  practising  at  Christchurch,  Hants,  and  Bourne- 
mouth. Joined  Sept.  14,  1914,  as  Capt.,  8th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  (T.F.),  with 
11th  Batt.  July  1916  to  Jan.  1917,  7th  (Reserve)  Batt.  March  to  Oct.  1917, 
23rd  Cheshire  Regt.  Oct.  1917  to  Feb.    1919,   A/Major  July   1918   to   Feb. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  161 

1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Gibraltar  Feb.  to  Aug. 
1915,  Egypt  Sept.  1915  to  May  1916  (Senassi  Campaign  Nov.  1915  to  May 
1916),  France  May  1916  to  Jan.  1917  and  May  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

THOMAS  HENRY  DUCKHAM. 

Admitted  May  1911,  practising  at  5  Verulam  Buildings,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  4th  Welsh  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  and  subsequently 
promoted  Capt. 

ORLANDO  HARRY  DUCKSBURY. 

Articled  to  A.  C.  Dickson,  of  Preston.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private, 
5th  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Loyal 
North  Lancashire  Regt.  Sept.  1915.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  in  May 
1915  and  again  in  1916,  when  taken  prisoner. 

GEORGE  REGINALD  JOSEPH  DUCKWORTH. 

Articled  to  T.  H.  Clarke,  of  Preston.  Joined  Oct.  2,  1914,  as  Private, 
21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Commissioned  to  7th  (Special  Reserve)  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers  July  7,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Served  at  Home 
and  France.  Wounded  at  Beaumont  Hamel,  Nov.  13,  1916.  Taken  prisoner 
in  the  withdrawal  on  March  23,  1918,  near  Leschelles  and  Rocquegney. 

WILLIAM  DUCKWORTH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909,  practised  at  Liverpool.  Enlisted,  as  Private,  10th 
(Scottish)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Died  Sept.  17, 
1918,  of  illness  contracted  on  service. 

HARVEY  STEEVENS  DUDER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898.  Assistant  Prosecuting  Solicitor  for  the  City  of 
Liverpool.  Joined  Nov.  30,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th  (Irish)  Batt.  King's 
(Liverpool)  Regt.,  subsequently  attained  the  rank  of  Major.  Served  in 
France.     Killed  in  action  July  31,  1917. 

ERIC  WHITTINGTON  DUDLEY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Parker,  Garratt  &  Co.,  St. 
Michael's  Rectory,  Cornhill,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery 
Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  13th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Dec.  1915. 
Missing  from  June  30,  1916,  at  Richbourg,  Belgium. 

SAMUEL  HUGH  DUFF. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907,  practised  at  Pljmiouth.  Served  as  Private,  Devon- 
shire Regt.,  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt. 
Awarded  the  M.C. 

CLEMENT  BERNARD  DUI^. 

Articled  to  Horace  Duke,  of  18  &  19  Ironmonger  Lane,  E.C.  Joined 
Nov.  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps.  Served  in  France  with 
Nos.  8  (Medium)  and  32  (Light)  Ordnance  Mobile  Workshops. 

DOUGLAS  ST.  JOHN  DUKE. 

Admitted  April  1901.  Member  of  HoUoway,  Blount  &  Duke,  of  24 
Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve 
^Motor  Boat  Patrol). 


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HORACE  DUKE. 

Admitted  June  1906.  Member  of  F.  Duke  &  Son,  of  18  &  19  Ironmonger 
Lane,  E.C.  Joined  April  10,  1917,  as  Air-Craftsman,  2nd  Grade,  Royal  Naval 
Air  Service,  transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force  April  1918,  promoted  Corporal 
July  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

JOSEPH  DUKE. 

Admitted  May  1900,  practising  at  Ilminster.  ]\Iobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  1/5  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Oct.  1914, 
Substantive  Capt.  June  1916,  Staff  Capt.  (Alexandria  District)  Feb.  1918 
to  Sept.  17,  1919.  Created  officer  of  "  The  Order  of  the  Nile  "  and  Knight  of 
"  The  Order  of  the  Cro\^Ti  of  Italy."  Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Oct.  1914, 
in  India  Nov.  1914  to  April  1917,  and  in  Palestine  and  Egypt  May  1917  to 
Sept.  1919. 

FINLAY  DUN. 

Admitted  May  1888.  Member  of  Gill,  Archer,  Maples  &  Dun,  of  Liverpool. 
Joined  Oct.  2,  1914,  as  Capt.,  10th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool 
Scottish).     Served  at  Home.     Discharged  Nov.  1,  1916. 

ERNEST  BOLTON  DUNCAN. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  F.  A.  C.  Redden,  of  17 
Victoria  Street,  Westminster,  S.W.  Joined  Jan.  5,  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Dec.  19,  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1918,  A/Capt.  Oct.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

JAMES  FERGUS  DUNCAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1894,  practising  at  3  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  4, 
1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Horse  Artillery,  promoted  Major  Feb.  1915,  Lieut. - 
Col.  April  1915.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O. 
Served  in  France. 

WALTER  DL^TAN. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Managing  Clerk  mth  Alsop,  Stevens,  Crooks  &  Co., 
of  Liverpool.  Mobilised,  as  Private,  6th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  at  out- 
break of  War.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Nov.  1914, 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1916,  Lieut.  Home  Intelligence  Staff  Aug.  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France.  Taken  prisoner  at  Guillemont, 
Aug.  8,  1916.  Escaped  from  Liidingshafen  on  Rhine  and  crossed  Dutch 
Frontier  Feb.  5,  1918.     Died  of  pneumonia  Dec.  19,  1918. 

ROBERT  WILLIAM  LAYARD  DUNLOP,  CLE. 

Admitted  April  1893.  Of  Bombay.  Served  as  Lieut. -Col.  commanding  3rd 
(Reserve)  Batt.,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish),  and 
subsequently  of  the  Royal  Horse  and  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O. 

CECIL  WILLIAM  DUNTs^ 

Admitted  April  1888.  Member  of  S.  B.  Cohen,  Dunn  &  Co.,  of  Audrey 
House,  Ely  Place,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve,  London  Division.  Commission  as  Assistant  Pajrmaster 
Jan.    1915,  Staff  Paymaster  Aug.    1915,  Paymaster   Lieut. -Commander  Oct. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  163 

1917.      Served    at    Royal   Naval   Depot,    Crystal    Palace,    and  Royal  Naval 
Barracks,  Portsmouth,  Staff  Officer  on  the  Permanent  Staff. 

JOHN  ROBERT  COLLARD  DUNN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1911,  practised  at  Porth,  Glamorgan.  Joined  Sept.  6, 
1914,  as  Private,  1/5  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1/5 
Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.)  April  15,  1915.  Served  at  Home  and  at  Gallipoli. 
Killed  in  action  at  Suvla  Bay  Aug.  10,  1915. 

BERTRAM  RICHARD  DUNNING. 

Articled  to  W.  T.  M.  Snow,  of  Exeter.  Joined  Sept.  18, 1914,  as  Private, 
Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt,  Sept.  22, 1914, 
promoted  Lieut.  March  1914,  Capt.  April  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France  Sept.  to  Dec.  1915,  and  in  Macedonia  Dec.  1915  to  June 
1919. 
STUART  CHARLES  STEPHEN  DUNPHY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909,  practising  at  Llandudno.  Joined  Jan.  26,  1915,  as 
Staff-Sergeant-lNIajor,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Served  at  Home,  in  France, 
and  in  North  Russia. 

REGINALD  MARTIN  DUNSFORD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practised  at  Southampton.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as 
Private,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminsters).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  March  2,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
Capt.  Aug.  1918,  posted  to  16th  Siege  Battery.  Served  in  France.  Died  on 
leave,  septic  pneumonia,  Oct.  1918. 

CHARLES  HINTON  DU  PRE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Member  of  Foyer  &  Co.,  of  26  Essex  Street,  W.C. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Ser\dce  Corps.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C. 

WILLIAM  jNIAITLANT)  DURANT. 

Articled  to  C.  F.  L.  Clarke,  of  Bristol.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1/6 
Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  Oct.  15,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
A/Capt.  Machine  Gun  Corps  June  1917,  Capt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  March  1918. 
Served  in  France  May  1915  to  Sept.  1917  and  May  to  June  1918.  Gassed 
May  29,  1918. 

ERIC  ALEXANDER  OGILVIE  DURLACHER. 

Articled  to  E.  J.  Bellord,  of  Waterloo  Place,  S.W.  Enhsted  Aug.  1914  in 
Universities  and  Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
(Reserve  of  Officers)  May  1915,  attached  4th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Capt.  April  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Killed  at 
Croiselles,  France,  May  20,  1917. 
GUY  DURNFORD. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Member  of  Durnford  &  Son,  of  9  King's  Bench  Walk, 
Temple,  E.C.     Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

BERNARD  HARRY  DURRANT. 

Articled  to  L.  C.  Miller,  of  Norwich.  Joined  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  Private,  2/4 
Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Oct.  21, 


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1915,  2nd  Lieut.  INIachine  Gun  Corps  April  10,  1916,  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps 
May  1917,  Lieut.  37th  Div.  Signal  Company  Royal  Engineers  July  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Oct.  1914  to 
Oct.  1916,  and  in  France  Oct.  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 

FRANK  WILLIAM  DUST. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  Alderson,  Son  &  Dust,  of  Sheffield. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  3rd  West  Riding  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery 
(T.),  promoted  Capt.  March  1915,  Major  Dec.  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  England  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915,  and  in  France  and  Belgium  March  1915 
to  April  1917.     Killed  in  action  at  Lens  April  23,  1917. 

CHARLES  DUTTON. 

Articled  to  James  Dutton,  of  Bolton.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private, 
Public  Schools  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers 
Sept.  26,  1914.     Killed  in  action  in  France  July  7,  1916. 

HARRY  ST.  JOHN  DUTTON. 

Admitted  March  1899.  Member  of  James  Dutton  &  Son,  of  Bolton. 
Joined  Jan.  17,  1917,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  12th  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt., 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1918.  Served  in  Palestine  July  1917  to  May  1918,  France 
June  to  Nov.  1918. 

HUGH  THOMPSON  DUTTON. 

Admitted  May  1910,  practising  at  Chester.  Joined  May  26,  1916,  as 
Gunner,  Antrim  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  to  Bombardier  Nov.  1916, 
transferred  to  Intelligence  Police,  Sept.  1917,  Sergeant  Intelligence  Police  Dec. 
1917,  Sergeant  Royal  Fusiliers  Jan.  1919.  Served  in  Ireland  May  1916  to  Sept. 
1917,  France  Sept.  1917  to  Jan.  1919,  England  Jan.  to  March  1919. 

RICHARD  DUTTON. 

Articled  to  H.  P.  May,  of  Blackpool.  Joined  Jan.  1915,  as  Private,  Public 
Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  appointed  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps 
Sept.  6, 1916.  Served  in  France.  Killed  while  flying  in  Belgium,  Aug.  19, 1917. 
Interred  at  Oudenberg  l^s  Ostende,  Belgium. 

TOM  DUERDIN  DUTTON. 

Admitted  Sept.  1916.  Of  80  Rochester  Row,  S.W.  Mobilised  Aug.  5, 
1914,  as  Rifleman,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster 
Rifles).     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

CHARLES  NETTELTON  DYER. 

Admitted  June  1905.  Of  Croydon.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  "A" 
Battery,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Served  in  Egypt,  on  Suez  Canal,  May  1915 
to  Jan.  1916  and  March  to  July  1916,  and  on  North- West  Frontier  Jan.  to 
March  1916.     Died  of  enteric  fever  in  Stationary  Hospital,  Suez,  July  14,  1916. 

EDWARD  ARNOLD  DYER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1896,  practised  in  Canada.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  A/Capt., 
Remount  Department,  1st  Canadian  Contingent,  transferred  as  Lieut,  to 
9th  Batt.  Shropshire  Light  Infantry  Feb.  1915,  attached  1st  Batt.  Border 
Regt.  for  GalUpoli  May  1915.  Served  at  Gallipoli  May  and  June  1915.  Killed 
in  action  at  Gallipoli  June  28,  1915. 


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HENRY  LIONEL  DYMOKE. 

Articled  to  K.  Hunnybun,  of  Huntingdon.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Hunting- 
donshire Cyclist  Batt.,  and  subsequently  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

HUGH  EDWARD  LUBBOCK  DYNE. 

Admitted  April  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  St.  Barbe  Sladen  &  Wing, 
of  7  Queen  Anne's  Gate,  Westminster.  Joined  Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  28th 
Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt. 
The  Queen's  (T.F.)  Oct.  29,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  attached  1st 
Batt.  The  Queen's  Nov.  1917.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Nov.  1917,  and 
in  France  Nov.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

ERIC  DYSON. 

Articled  to  T.  A.  Dyson,  of  Gainsborough,  Lincolnshire.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut. 
Dec.  1914.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Feb.  to  May  1915.  Wounded 
May  20,  1915.     Gazetted  out  on  account  of  ill-health  Nov.  5,  1917. 

WILLIAM  ELLIS  DYSON. 

Admitted  March  1898.  Member  of  Bingley  &  Dyson,  of  Sheffield.  Joined 
March  24,  1916,  as  Private,  3/5  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  appointed 
Sergeant  Sept.  1916.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  IRELAND  EAGER. 

Articled  to  P.  G.  Eager,  of  Horsham,  Sussex.  Joined  May  8,  1918,  as 
Sapper,  Royal  Engineers.     Served  at  Home. 

GUY  TRYON  EAGLETON. 

Articled  to  John  Eagleton,  of  40  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as  Private, 
Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Subsequently  obtained  commission  in  Royal 
Horse  and  Royal  Field  Artillery  and  promoted  Lieut. 

ARTHUR  NOEL  EALAND. 

Admitted  July  1908.  Member  of  Houchen,  Greenland  &  Co.,  of  Thetford, 
Norfolk.  Joined  April  1915,  as  Ambulance  Driver,  Red  Cross  Society,  and 
served  in  France.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Dragoons  June  1917,  and  in  Feb. 
1918  transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  Wireless  Section.  Acci- 
dentally killed  July  15,  1918,  during  a  testing  flight  of  wireless  telephony. 

FRANCIS  DAW  SHERBROOKE  EALES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914,  practised  at  61  Carey  Street,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.     Reported  missing,  believed  killed. 

LLEWELLYN  EARDLEY  EARDLEY-SIMPSON. 

Admitted    Nov.    1914.     Of    Derby.     Mobilised    with    Territorial    Force 
Reserve,  promoted  Capt.  4th  North  Midland  (Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal  Field 
Artillery  (T.F.)  July  1915,  Major  April  1918.     Served  at  Home  Feb.  1915  to 
March  1918,  France  March  1918  to  May  1919. 
JOHN  WILLIAM  ARTHUR  EARLE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1914.  Member  of  Earle,  Sons  &  Co.,  of  Manchester. 
Joined  Dec.  1,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Irish  Guards,  promoted  to  Lieut.  (A/Capt.). 


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FREDERICK  ARCHIBALD  EAST. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  East,  of  127  Moorgate  Station  Chambers,  E.C.  Joined 
May  8,  1916,  as  Private,  2nd  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Served  in  France 
and  Italy.  Died  at  22nd  Field  Ambulance,  Asiago,  Italy,  from  wounds  received 
in  action. 

REGINALD  CHARLES  EASTERBROOK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hodding  &  Jackson,  of 
Salisbury.  Joined  April  1917,  as  2nd  Lieut,,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.), 
transferred  to  Camel  Transport  Corps  as  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  Served  in 
Egypt  and  Palestine. 

CHARLES  MORTIMER  EASTLEY. 

Articled  to  C.  H.  Eastley,  of  Paignton.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Wessex  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  Oct.  1916.  Served  in  India  1914  to  1917, 
Egypt  1917,  India  1917  to  1918,  Baluchistan  1918,  Aden  1918,  Egypt  1919, 
India  and  Afghan  operations  1919. 

JOHN  EDWARD  EASTLEY. 

Articled  to  J.  B.  Eastley,  of  Paignton,  Devon.  Joined  Aug.  11,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Sept.  1914,  Temp.  Capt.  Aug.  1915.  Joined 
6th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry,  and  went  overseas  with  this  Battalion. 
After  being  wounded,  served  in  various  Reserve  Batts.  of  the  Somerset  Light 
Infantry  and  eventually  served  as  Staff-Capt.  of  the  193rd  Infantry  Brigade. 
Served  in  France  from  May  to  Sept.  1915.     Wounded  Sept.  19,  1915. 

HAROLD  EASTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1900.  Member  of  Gale  &  Easton,  of  Hull.  Joined  Oct. 
1914,  as  Lieut.,  East  Riding  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Capt. 
Oct.  1915.  Served  in  England  and  Ireland  to  Nov.  1918,  and  in  France 
Nov.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

CHRISTOPHER  WILLIAM  EASTWOOD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905,  practising  at  Blackburn.  Served  as  Private,  677th 
Employment  Company. 

FREDERICK  EAVES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practising  at  Lancaster.  Served  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt. 
King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Lieut. -Col. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O. 

HAROLD  CHARLES  EAVES. 

Admitted  July  1902,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Served  as  Private,  639th 
(H.S.)  Employment  Coy. 

GEORGE  STRACHAN  JOHN  FULLER  EBERLE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Bevan,  Hancock,  Boucher  &  Eberle,  of 
Bristol.  Served  as  Major,  South  Midland  Divisional  Royal  Engineers  (T.). 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O. 

ALEXANDER  EDDY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  On  Staff  of  Solicitor  to  L.  &  N.W.  Ry.  Co.,  Euston 
Station.     Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  A.B.,   Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  Anti- 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  167 

Aircraft  Corps  (London),  promoted  Chief  Petty  Officer  Feb.  1915.     Gazetted 
Sub-Lieut.  Oct.  6,  1918.     Served  in  London  and  Home  Waters. 

EDWARD  MURRAY  CHARLES  EDE. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Member  of  Ede  &  Jeans,  of  50  Bedford  Row,  W.C. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  (Service)  Batt.  South  Wales  Borderers.  Subsequently 
transferred  to  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

IVAN  JAIVIES  EDELL. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Edell,  of  King  Street,  Cheapside,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  9, 
1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field 
Artillery  (T.F.)  Sept.  25,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  France  May  1916  to  July  1917,  Salonica  Aug.  1918  to  Feb. 
1919.     Wounded  July  22,  1917. 

ROBERT  GERALD  EDGAR 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  Member  of  Boote,  Edgar,  Grace  &  Rylands,  of 
Manchester.  Joined  March  9,  1909,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/6  Batt.  Manchester 
Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1914,  Capt.  Aug.  1914.  Served  in  Egypt 
and  at  Gallipoli.     Killed  in  the  attack  on  Achi  Baba,  Gallipoli,  June  4,  1915. 

ALBERT  HENRY  EDGINGTON. 

Admitted  Sept.  1905,  practised  at  Worcester,  and  aftersvards  went  to 
Australia.  Joined  Aug.  10,  1914,  as  Private,  First  Australian  Naval  and 
Military  Expedition.  After  six  months  service  at  German  New  Guinea 
returned  to  Sydney  and  rejoined  for  service  April  1915,  went  to  Egypt,  then  to 
the  Dardanelles  as  Private  4th  Batt.  Australian  Imperial  Force.  Died  of 
dysentery  and  gastritis  at  Mudros  Aug.  20,  1915. 

EDWARD  FRANCIS  COPPENHALL  EDLESTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practised  at  Stafford.  Attested  Dec.  4,  1915. 
Proceeded  to  France  Sept.  1916  as  Signaller  166th  Siege  Battery,  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery.     Wounded  Sept.  19,  1918. 

ROBERT  RAINFORD  EDLESTON. 

Admitted  July  1898,  practising  at  Crewe,  Cheshire.  Served  as  Gunner, 
Roj^al  Garrison  Artillery. 

JOE  ED]\IANSON. 

Articled  to  C.  J.  F.  Atkinson,  of  Otley.  Joined  July  1, 1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry.  Served  in  France.  Killed  on  Somme 
July  3,  1916. 

ROBERT  EDMOND. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  Birdsall,  Cross  &  Black,  of 
Scarborough.  Joined  Aug.  1917,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve,  serving  in  Auxiliary  Patrol,  transferred  to  Salvage  Section  Jan. 
1918,  promoted  Lieut,  and  Assistant  Salvage  Officer  June  1918.  Awarded 
O.B.E.  (Military  Division).     Served  in  England  (part  time  afloat). 

EDWIN  ARTHUR  EDMONDS. 

Admitted  April  1900,  practising  at  Broadway  House,  Walham  Green,  S.W. 
Joined  Aug.  21,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.)     Gazetted 


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2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  20,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.   May  1918.     Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Served  in  France. 

CYRIL  ARTHUR  EDMONDSON. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Mote,  of  1  South  Square,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  1914  Royal  Naval  Division.  Commissioned  Feb.  1915  as  Sub-Lieut., 
promoted  Full  Lieut.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at 
Gallipoli  and  in  France.     Killed  in  action  Nov.  13,  1916. 

FRANCIS  TRIVETT  EDMUNDS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practised  at  Bournemouth.  Served  as  Corporal, 
9th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt. 

CHARLES  ROBERT  EWBANK  EDMUNDSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Of  Masham  and  Ripon,  Yorkshire.  Enlisted 
Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Middlesex  Regt.  and  ten  days  later  was  given  a 
commission  and  attached  to  the  8th  Batt.  Yorks.  and  Lancashire  Regt., 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  Feb.  1915.  Awarded  a  posthumous  M.C. 
Killed  on  the  Somme  July  1,  1916. 

ERIC  JAMES  EDWARD. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Member  of  Edward  &  Childs,  11  Great  St.  Helen's, 
E.C.  Joined  Nov.  9,  1914,  as  Chief  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve  (London  A.A.C.).  Sub-Lieut.  June  1915,  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  transferred 
at  own  request  to  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  April  1917.  Served  in  France 
1915,  at  Sea,  H.M.S.  City  of  Oxford,  Dover  Patrol,  Grand  Fleet,  Battle  Cruiser 
Force  1916  to  1917,  France  1917.    Taken  prisoner  at  Cambrai  Nov.  30,  1917. 

ARTHUR  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903,  practised  at  57  Moorgate  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Oct. 
1914,  as  Private,  5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade). 
Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs).  Served  in 
France.     Wounded  at  Ypres  May  1915.     Killed  at  Ypres  June  15,  1917. 

ARTHUR  TREVELLYN  EDWARDS. 

Articled  to  L.  Morgan,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  Jan.  15,  1915,  as  Private,  21st 
(Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps 
Sept.  5,  1916.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded  at  3rd  Battle  of 
Ypres  July  31,  1917.     Discharged  June  30,  1918. 

CYRIL  ERNEST  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  April  1915.  Member  of  E.  Edwards  &  Son,  of  East  Ham,  E., 
and  21  College  Hill,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  4,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Fusiliers, 
promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1916,  Major  July  1917,  A/Brigade-Major  124th 
Infantry  Brigade  April  to  June  1918.  Three  times  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.,  M.C,  and  Croix  de  Guerre  avec  Palmes 
(French).  Served  at  Home  Dec.  1915  to  May  1916,  France  May  1916  to  Nov. 
1917,  and  Feb.  to  Dec.  1918,  and  in  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Feb.  1918. 

EDGAR  MAURICE  EDWARDS. 

Articled  to  F.  S.  Pearson,  of  Bimiingham.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  South 
Midland  Division  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 


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ERIC  WILSON  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1915.  Member  of  Braikenridge  &  Edwards,  16  Bartlett's 
Buildings,  E.C.  Joined  Jan.  8,  1916,  as  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.,  The  Queen's  Royal 
West  Surrey  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1917,  A/Capt.  Sept.  1917.  Served 
in  France,  on  the  Somme  during  autumn  and  winter  of  1916;  took  part 
in  Battle  of  Arras  Easter  1917.  Killed  at  Chapel  Hill,  near  Gouzeaucourt, 
Nov.  30,  1917. 

FREDERICK  HENRY  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  July  1902,  practising  at  Swansea.  Served  as  Capt.,  1st  Welsh 
(Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  and  subsequently  promoted  Major. 

GERALD  BRACTON  EDWARDS. 

Articled  to  G.  W.  Edwards,  of  Liverpool.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  The  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  8, 
1914,  Capt.  June  1916,  seconded  to  Signal  Service  from  Nov.  1913  to  April 
1917,  restored  to  5th  Batt.  The  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  April  1917.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Taken 
prisoner  near  Festubert  April  9,  1918. 

HAROLD  MOLYNEUX  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  Weidon  &  Edwards,  of  10  New  Broad 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps, 
promoted  Sergeant  Sept.  1914.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Air  Service 
1917,  promoted  Capt.  Royal  Air  Force  1918.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders 
Sept.  1914  to  Jan.  1915. 

JOHN  VERNEY  EDW^ARDS. 

Articled  to  Ernest  Kammerer,  of  Llanelly.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  Trooper, 
2nd  Pembroke  Yeomanry,  transferred  July  1915  to  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Aug.  4,  1916,  promoted 
Lieut.  Feb.  1917.  Served  at  Home,  in  France,  and  in  North  Russia — Murman 
Coast  and  Archangel.     Gassed  Sept.  1917. 

OWEN  BYDDER  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1907,  practising  at  Holyhead.  Joined  Sept.  29,  1914,  as 
Capt.,  22nd  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade.     Served  in  Egypt  and  Salonica. 

PATRICK  HARRINGTON  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1898.  Member  of  Harrington,  Edwards  &  Cobban,  of 
33  Southampton  Street,  Strand,  Vv.C.  Joined  Oct.  6,  1914,  as  Sub-Lieut., 
Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915,  Lieut. -Commander 
Dec.  1915,  Commander  Dec.  1917.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  Bar,  the  Croix  de  Guerre,  and  the  Order  of  St.  Vladimir 
and  the  Order  of  St.  Anne.  Served  in  Egypt  (Defence  of  Suez  Canal),  Gallipoli 
landing  and  evacuation,  Stavros  (Salonica),  France,  Raid  on  Zeebrugge 
in  H.M.S.  Vindictive ;  at  sea.  Archangel,  Onega,  and  Pinega  Fronts.  Wounded 
twice  in  Gallipoli,  once  in  France,  and  once  at  Zeebrugge. 

PERCY  JOHN  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  May  1900,  practised  at  Woking.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Dublin  Fusiliers,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 


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TREVOR  LOUIS  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Member  of  Harrington,  Edwards  &  Cobban, 
33  Southampton  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Marine  Light  Infantry  (Plymouth  Batt.),  promoted  Lieut.  1915,  Capt.  1916. 
Served  in  Egypt  (Defence  of  Suez  Canal),  Gallipoli,  and  in  France.  Killed  in 
action  at  Passchendaele  Oct.  26,  1917. 

WILLIAIM  GERALD  HO^^^:LL  POWELL  EDWARDS. 

Articled  to  F.  Kinder,  of  25  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Sussex  Yeomanry. 

WILLIA^I  RICHARD  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1899,  practised  at  Aberdare.     Served  as  Sergeant,  Royal 
Fusiliers. 
ZACHARIAH  BENJAMIN  EDWARDS. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Member  of  Ernest  Simmons  &  Co.,  of  199  Piccadilly, 
W.     Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  24th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 

montaglt:  flmiank  edyvean. 

Admitted  May  1905,  practising  at  Bodmin,  Cornwall.     Mobilised  Aug.  5, 
1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry  (T.F.).     Served 
at  Home. 
N0R:\IAN  EDYVEAN- walker. 

Articled  to  C.  H.  Fuller,  of  Rugby.  Joined  Sept.  15,  1914,  as  Private, 
19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Corporal  1915.  Received  commission  in 
same  Regiment  July  1,  1915.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded 
Aug.  9,  1916,  Somme  Battle. 

THOMAS  MACDONALD  EGGAR. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907,  practising  at  Winchester  House,  E.C.,  and  Brighton. 
Joined  Aug.  25,  1914,  as  Private,  14th  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Batt.  April  7,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916, 
Capt.  Dec.  1917,  seconded  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  as  Staff  Officer  and  Temp. 
Capt.  July  1916,  promoted  Major  April  1918,  and  Lieut.-Col.  Sept.  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  O.B.E.  Served  in  England  and  France. 
Wounded  Nov.  9,  1914,  and  Oct.  13,  1915. 

JOHN  FOLEY  EGGINTON. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Egginton,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Dec.  2,  1915,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  posted  to  89th  Battery,  16th  Brigade,  promoted 
A /Bombardier  June  1917.  Granted  commission  in  Indian  Army  June  7,  1918, 
and  posted  to  2/11  Rajputs,  posted  to  12th  Special  Reserve  Batt.  April  1919,  and 
appointed  Adjutant,  A /Capt.  May  1919,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  (A/Capt.) 
June  1919.     Served  in  India,  North- West  Frontier. 

CLIFFORD  CAUNT  ELBORNE. 

Admitted  March  1914.  Member  of  Elborne  &  Son,  of  Nottingham. 
Joined  Sept.  6,  1914,  as  Private,  9th  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  and 
attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  18th  Batt.  Notts  and 
Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  Oct.  20,  1915,  transferred  to  13th  Batt. 
Yorkshire  Regt.  May  1916,  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.     Served  in  France. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  171 

JAMES  MATTHEWS  ELDRIDGE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906,  practising  at  Oxford.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
7th  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry.  Gazetted  Lieut.  7th  Batt.  Royal 
Berkshire  Regt.  Oct.  10,  1914,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  appointed  Adjutant 
Dec.  1914,  Major  Oct.  1917,  2nd  in  command  14th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool 
Regt.  May  1918.  Served  in  France  1915  and  1918,  Macedonia  1915  to  1918. 
ROBEY  JAMES  ELDRIDGE. 

Admitted  April  1904.     Member    of   James  Eldridge    &    Sons,  of  Ryde, 
Cowes,  and  Newport,  Isle  of  Wight.     Joined  Oct.  24,  1916,  Hants  Yeomanry 
(Cyclists),  promoted  Corporal.     Appointed  A/Paymaster  Army  Pay   Depart- 
ment Nov.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 
CHRISTOPHER  JOHN  ELGIE. 

Admitted  July   1897,   practised  at  West  Hartlepool.     Served  as  Capt., 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 
VIVIAN  ARTHUR  ALSAGER  ELGOOD. 

Articled  to  C.  A.  Elgood,  218  Strand,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  19th  Batt.  London  Regt. 
Oct.  3,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1918.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  France  June  to  Nov.  1916,  Salonica  Dec.  1916  to  June  1917, 
E.E.F.  June  1917  to  Sept.  1918.  Wounded  Dec.  8,  1917. 
EDWARD  GRANVILLE  ELIOT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  Member  of  Kennedy,  Ponsonby,  Ryde  &  Co., 
of  45  Russell  Square,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Chief  Petty  Officer,  Royal 
Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  transferred  to  Army.  Commissioned  as  Capt. 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  March  1915,  appointed  Staff  Lieut.  Heavy  Artillery 
Oct.  1918.  Served  in  France. 
ERNEST  ELLEN. 

Admitted   Dec.    1904,   practising   at   44   Chancery   Lane,    W.C.     Joined 
Sept.  11,  1916,  as  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers.     Served  in  France. 
GILBERT  STRANGE  ELLIOT. 

Admitted  April  1894.     Formerly  member  of  Robinson,  May  &  Elliot,  of 
22  Charterhouse  Square,  E.C.     Served  as  Private,  19th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers. 
CHARLES  ALBERT  ELLIOTT. 

Articled  to  Edward  Bramley,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private, 
Hon.  Artillery  Company.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Aug. 

1914,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1915.     Served  in  GallipoU.     W^ounded  Aug.  9, 

1915,  Discharged  July  1,  1916. 

CLARENCE  WILLIAM  ELLIOTT. 

Articled  to  E.  W.  Candler,  of  8  Breams  Buildings,  E.C.     Joined  Dec.  18, 

1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.     Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1st 
Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.     Killed  in  action  April  14,  1918. 

HERBERT  GEORGE  UNDERWOOD  ELLIOTT. 

Admitted  June  1880,  practising  at  Newport,  Shropshire.  Served  as 
Capt.,  4th  Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry  and  subsequently  Royal 
Defence  Corps. 


172  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

KENNETH  ELLIOTT. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Lumsden,  of  Gateshead.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th 
Northumbrian  Howitzer  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.). 

ARTHUR  THOMAS  ELLIS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1904.  Member  of  Swepstone,  Stone,  Barber  &  Ellis,  of 
9  St.  Helen's  Place,  E.C.     Served  as  Sergeant,  29th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

BERNARD  HENRY  ELLIS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908.  Member  of  Peters  &  Ellis,  of  2a  Guildhall  Chambers, 
Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Chief  Petty  Officer,  Royal 
Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  served  with  Royal  Naval  Division,  Benbow  Batt., 
at  Antwerp.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.C.M.  Landed  at 
GalHpoli  May  1915  and  remained  there  until  the  evacuation.  Commissioned 
Temp.  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  V(  lunteer  Reserve  Oct.  1915,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut,  and  Adjutant  Nov.  1915,  Temp.  Lieut. -Commander  Oct.  1916.  Served 
at  Stavros  Feb.  to  April  1916,  in  France  May  1916  to  April  1918— with  Anson 
Batt.  June  1915  to  April  1917  (4  months  in  command),  Hood  Batt.  April  21 
to  April  30,  1917,  and  since  April  1917  in  ccm.mand  of  Hawke  Batt.  Awarded 
the  D.S.O.     Died  of  wounds  in  France  April  21,  1918. 

CECIL  MONTAGUE  JACOMB  ELLIS. 

Articled  to  Montague  Ellis,  of  17  Albemarle  Street,  W.  Joined  Oct.  21, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1,  1915, 
A/Capt.  June  1,  1917,  seconded  to  Intelligence  Corps  Sept.  to  Dec.  1918. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  England  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914, 
India— Secunderabad  Jan.  1915  to  March  1917,  E.E.F.— Egypt  and  Palestine 
April  1917  to  Nov.  1918,  and  Syria  Dec.  1918  to  March  1919. 

CHARLES  HAROLD  ELLIS. 

Admitted  June  1908.  Member  of  EUis  &  Ellis,  of  Maidstone.  Joined 
April  23,  1917,  as  Stoker  II.,  Royal  Nav}^  H.M.S.  Pembroke.  Appointed 
Paymaster  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  H.M.S.  Padolus, 
Sept.  1917.     Served  in  Heme  waters. 

EDWARD  WHITE  ELLIS. 

Articled  to  F.  B.  Aglionby,  of  Portland  House,  Basinghall  Street,  E.C. 
Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Public  Schools  Battalion,  Royal  Fusihers. 
Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Division,  Hawke  Batt.,  April  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  Served  at  the  Daidanelles  Aug.  1915  to  May  1916,  and  in 
France  May  1916  to  Feb.  1917.  Killed  in  action  near  Beaumont  Hamel 
Feb.  3,  1917. 

FREDERIC  ROBBINS  ELLIS. 

Articled  to  J.  V.  Thomas,  of  Penzance,  Cornwall.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  1/4  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  attached  2nd  Batt. 
Dorset  Regt.  May  1918,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916.  Served  at  Home  till 
Oct.  1914,  India  till  May  1915,  Mesopotamia  till  April  1916,  and  with  British 
Military  Mission  to  East  Russia  at  Vladivostok  July  to  Dec.  1919.  Taken 
prisoner  on  fall  of  Kut-el-Amara  April  29,  1916,  remained  prisoner  till  Aug. 
1918  when  effected  escape. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  173 

GEORGE  JEWEL  LISTER  ELLIS. 

Admitted  March  1885.  Member  of  Dangerfield  &  Blythe,  26  Craven  Street, 
W.C.  Recommissioned  in  Army  May  15,  1915,  as  Capt.  R.O.,  transferred 
Ministry  of  National  Service  Feb.  to  Nov.  1918. 

HENRY  CARTHEW  ELLIS. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Ellis,  of  Burslem.  Joined  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  in 
Oct.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Indian 
Army.     Served  in  Gallipoli,  Mesopotamia,  Palestine,  and  Afghanistan. 

HENRY  LEE  ELLIS. 

Articled  to  J.  R.  B.  Gregory,  of  1  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  8, 
1914,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt. 
(Sherwood  Foresters)  Dec.  18,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served 
in  France  Aug.  and  Sept.  1915,  and  Dec.  1915  to  April  1918.  Wounded 
Sept.  30,  1915.' 

PHILIP  FREDERICK  ELLIS. 

Admitted  Sept.  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Arthur  Ellis,  of  Burslem. 
Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.  Served  at 
Home  only  as  Adjutant  and  Second  in  Command  of  a  Batt.  Discharged  on 
account  of  ill-health. 

WILLIAM  TWIGGE  ELLIS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1889,  practising  at  Llanwrst.  Served  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt. 
Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 

GERALD  ROCHFORT  ELLIS-DANVERS. 

Admitted  Dec  1914.  Member  of  EUis  &  Ellis,  of  10  Little  College  Street, 
Westminster,  S.W.  Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Labour  March  1917, 
2nd  Lieut.  94th  Labour  Coy.  July  1917,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  18th  Labour 
Group  March  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

ALBAN  CEDRIC  ELLISON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913.  Member  of  EUison  &  Fyffe,  of  Sheffield.  Served 
as  Chief  Petty  Officer,  H.M.  Navy. 

BEDE  DALTON  ELLISON. 

Articled  to  T.  W.  Elhson,  of  Glossop,  Derbyshire.  Joined  Feb.  29,  1916, 
as  Private,  3rd  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Corporal  (acting) 
July  1916,  reverted  to  Private  on  proceeding  overseas  to  9th  Batt.,  attached 
to  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps  April  1919,  promoted  Corporal  Oct.  1919, 
Served  at  Home  Feb.  to  Aug.  1916  and  March  to  Sept.  1918,  Salonica  Aug. 
1916  to  March  1918,  France  Sept.  1918  to  Dec.  1919. 

SIDNEY  FREDERICK  ELLISON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1901.  Member  of  Elhson  &  Co.,  of  Cambridge.  Served 
as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 


174  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

STANLEY  JOHN  ELLISON. 

Articled  to  John  Ellison,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Oct.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  (T.).  Served  in  France.  Reported 
missing,  afterwards  presumed  killed,  at  Gommecourt  July  1,  1916. 

THOMAS  FREDERICK  ELLISON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  Member  of  Watkins,  PuUeyn  &  Ellison,  of  6  South 
Square,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  29,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.)  Nov.  4,  1914, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Aug.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home  and  France. 

WILLIAM  RONALD  ELLISON. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Alsop,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field 
Artillery.     Died  of  wounds  June  20,  1915. 

WILLIAM  ELMHIRST. 

Articled  to  C.  E.  Elmhirst,  of  York.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
9th  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.,  then  Capt.,  transferred  to 
8th  Batt.  Oct.  1916.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at 
Serres  Nov.  13,  1916. 

FREDERICK  LESLIE  ELSWORTH. 

Articled  to  Frederick  Lindsay,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Nov.  4,  1914,  as 
Rifleman,  2/6  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  transferred  to  2/5  Batt. 
Gloucestershire  Regt.  as  Corporal  Feb.  1916.  Granted  commission  as  2nd  Lieut. 
18th  (City)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  May  30,  1917.,  attached  to  8th 
(Irish)  Batt.  June  1918,  promoted  to  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  in  England  2  years,  France  2  years  3  months.  Wounded 
Aug.  18,  1916. 

CHARLES  ADRIAN  ASHFORD  ELTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Joined  Aug.  9,  1914, 
as  Private,  1/6  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut, 
in  same  Regt.  Sept.  1915,  Lieut.  March  1916,  Capt.  Nov.  1916,  Major  and 
D.A.D.R.T.  Feb.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
D.S.O.     Served  in  France. 

CLAUDE  SIMEON  ELWELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Fox,  Whittuck,  Pitt  &  Elwell,  of  Bath. 
Joined  Aug.  1916,  as  Lieut.,  Territorial  Force  Reserve  General  List,  promoted 
Capt.  Sept.  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

WALTER  DOUGLAS  ELWIN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Of  Dover.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Capt.  March  1915.     Served  at  Home. 

THOMAS  WILLIAM  EMERSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  Plymouth.  Joined  Jan.  9,  1917,  as 
Lieut.,  Territorial  Force  Reserve.  Awarded  M.B.E.  (Military  Division). 
Served  at  Home  (War  Office  and  Ministry  of  National  Service). 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  175 


HUBERT  JOSEPH  EMERY. 

Admitted  April  1907,  practising  at  Stratton-on-the-Fosse,  near  Bath. 
Joined  May  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  Nov.  1916,  transferred  to  3rd  East  Lancashire  Regt.  July  1917. 
Commissioned  in  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Dept.  Aug.  1917.  Served  at  Home 
May  1916  to  June  1918,  and  in  France  and  Belgium  June  1918  to  April  1919. 

JAMES  EMERY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1883.  Member  of  Emery  &  Emery,  of  Ramsgate  and 
Broadstairs.  Served  as  Capt.,  No.  5  Coy.  (Supernumerary)  4th  Batt.  East  Kent 
Regt.  (The  Buffs),  later  as  Capt.  108th  Coy.  Royal  Defence  Corps.  At  Home 
Oct.  1914  till  Jan.  1917. 

THOMAS  SMYTHE  EMERY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Member  of  Emery  &  Emery,  of  Ramsgate  and 
Broadstairs.  Joined  July  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Home  Counties  Division  Staff  (Signal 
Corps),  Lieut.  Royal  Engineers,  84th  Brigade  Staff,  Ypres,  Jan.  1915,  Capt. 

1915,  Major  1916,  Major  2nd  in  Command  7th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  autumn 

1916,  Temp.  Command  early  1917,  transferred  76th  Punjabis  Aug.  1917, 
Indian  Native  Army  Staff  1918  and  1919.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home 
1914,  Belgium,  Flanders  1915,  Home  1915,  France  1916  to  1917,  South  Africa 

1917,  N.W.  Frontier  1917,  Punjab  1918  to  1919,  Afghanistan  and  Waziristan 
1919.     Wounded  seriously  Ypres  May  1915. 

EDWIN  EMLEY. 

Admitted  April  1892.  Member  of  Fred  &  Edwin  Emley,  of  Newcastle-on- 
Tyne.  Joined  April  2,  1916,  as  Lieut.,  Territorial  Force  Reserve  (Observer 
Corps),  transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  as  Lieut.  Oct.  6,  1917,  promoted 
A/Capt.  Sept.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  from 
Oct.  1917  under  London  Aerial  District  Area. 

MAURICE  WOODMAN  EMLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Member  of  E.  F.  &  H.  Landon,  of  53  New  Broad 
Street,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  Engineers  (T.F.),  promoted 
Major  Oct.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E. 
Served  in  France  and  at  Home.     Wounded  Ypres  April  20,  1915. 

ERNEST  ARNOLD  EMMET. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  Emmet  &  Co.,  of  14  Bloomsbury  Square, 
W.C.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted 
Capt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  Dec.  1914,  Adjutant  11th  Batt.  April  1915,  General 
List  (Staff  Capt.  War  Office)  Sept.  1918,  promoted  Major  Nov.  1918.  Awarded 
O.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded 
at  Ypres  Sept.  1917,  and  on  Cambrai  Front  Jan.  1918. 

HERBERT  WILLIAM  THACKRAY  EMPSON. 

Admitted  May  1918,  practising  at  North  Walsham.  Served  as  Capt., 
Royal  Defence  Corps. 

CECIL  HOWARD  EMSLEY. 

Articled  to  R.  G.  Emsley,  of  Leeds.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  1st 
West  Riding  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916,  Major 


176  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

July  1917.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  Belgium  and  France 
April  1915  to  Feb.  1919.     Wounded  Oct.  1917. 

ERNEST  ARTHUR  ENFIELD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  10  Billiter  Square,  E.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

FRANK  ENGLAND. 

Admitted  June  1909.  Member  of  Broadley,  England  &  Co.,  of  265  Strand, 
W.C.  Joined  Oct.  5,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  10th  (Service)  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle 
Corps.,  promoted  Capt.  April  1915,  subsequently  appointed  A. P.M.  rank  of  Staff 
Capt.  Once  inentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  July  1915  to  April 
1916,  Home  April  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919.  Wounded 
March  20,  1916. 

RICHARD  CORNFORTH  ENGLISH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  English  &  Son,  of  Stamford.  Joined 
at  commencement  of  War,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Subse- 
quently gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  and  afterwards  promoted  Lieut. 
Served  in  Flanders.     Died  on  Service  July  25,  1916. 

SIDNEY  JOHN  ENNION. 

Admitted  May  1895,  practising  at  Newmarket,  Suffolk.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  (T.F.),  Major  (Temp.)  Dec.  1914  to 
June  1916,  retiring  as  Major.     Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  June  1916. 

HENRY  AINSLEY  ENOCH. 

Admitted  April  1915,  practising  at  Swansea.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Tank 
Corps. 

CYRIL  FULLAND  ENTWISTLE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910,  practising  at  Manchester,  and  Bolton,  Lanes.  Joined 
April  22,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Essex  and  Suffolk  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.), 
promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  A/Capt.  Dec.  1916,  A/Major  April  1917.  Once 
inentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  on  Coast  Defence  and 
Anti- Aircraft,  Harwich  Defences,  and  in  France  Dec.  1916  to  Armistice. 

FREDERICK  ENTWISTLE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911,  practising  at  Middleton.  Joined  April  2,  1917, 
15th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Civil  Service  Rifles).  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  Aug.  8,  1918 — left  arm  amputated. 

JOHN  PERRIN  ERRINGTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905.  Member  of  J.  Errington  &  Son,  of  Carlisle. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/4  Batt.  Border  Regt.,  promoted  Capt. 
Oct.  1914,  went  with  Regt.  to  Burma,  on  Staff,  Indian  Army,  as  Temp. 
Major,  Capt.  Commandant  of  English  Cadets  at  Subathu  Training  College 
June  1917,  with  Indian  Army  Colonel  established  large  training  school  at 
Nasik,  near  Bombay,  and  appointed  Assistant  Commandant  March  1918, 
Deputy  Assistant  Adjutant  General  at  Central  Headquarters,  Lahore,  June 
1919.     Awarded  O.B.E.  and  T.D.     Served  in  Burma  and  India. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  177 

BERNARD  EVANS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practised  at  235  Westminster  Bridge  Road,  S.E. 
Enlisted  soon  after  th:^  outbreak  of  War,  and  later  became  a  Lieut,  in 
the  Middlesex  Regt.,  subsequently  transferred  to  the  Royal  Flying  Corps. 
Reported  missing  on  April  8,  1917,  subsequently  officially  reported  killed  in 
aerial  combat  on  that  day. 

CORRIS  WILLIAM  EVANS. 

Admitted  June  1912,  practised  at  1  Lloyds  Avenue,  E.C.  Served  as 
Private,  Public  Schools  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

CYRIL  HENRY  SHENTON  EVANS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practising  at  Chard,  Somerset.  Joined  Nov.  1916 
Royal  Naval  Air  Service  (Motor  Boat  Section)  A.C.  Discharged  Feb.  1918, 
and  joined  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish)  as  Private 
July  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

DANIEL  DOUGLAS  POLE  EVANS. 

Articled  to  George  David,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  Nov.  30,  1914,  as  Temp. 
2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  March  1916,  A/Capt. 
April  to  June  1917,  Temp.  Capt.  Aug.  1917,  A/Major  Aug.  1918  to  Sept.  1919, 
reverted  to  Temp.  Capt.  Sept.  1919.  Awarded  theM.C.  and  two  Bars.  Served 
at  Home  Nov.  1914  to  Sept.  1915  and  June  to  Sept.  1919,  France  Sept. 
1915  to  June  1919,  and  in  South  Russia  from  Sept.  1919. 

DAVID  CAROLAN  EVANS. 

Articled  to  H.  R.  W.  Woods,  of  54  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as  Sub- 
Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 

DUDLEY  EVANS. 

Admitted  March  1911.  Member  of  Boyce  &  Evans,  of  14  Stratford  Place, 
W.  Joined  April  3, 1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
9th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  Dec.  18,  1917.  Served  in 
France.     Wounded  and  taken  prisoner  at  Kemmel  Hill  April  26,  1918. 

EDMUND  RHYDDERCH  EVANS. 

Admitted  June  1910,  practising  at  Aberdare.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Air  Force. 

EDWARD  BROCKLEBANK  EVANS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  George,  Davies  &  Evans,  of  Cardigan. 
Joined  May  15,  1916,  as  Driver,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Bombadier 
June  1918,  Corporal  Oct.  1918.     Served  in  France  1916  to  1918. 

EMRYS  HUNTER  EVANS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  Arthen,  Owen  &  Evans,  of  Pwllheli. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted 
A/Capt.  Nov.  1914,  Capt.  Aug.  1915,  A/Major  Dec.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  and  Sept. 
to  Dec.  1917,  A/Lieut.-Col.  Dec.  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  A/Major  Jan.  to  March  1918, 
A/Lieut.-Col.  April  to  Aug.  1918,  Temp.  Lieut.-Col.  1st  Batt.  Herefordshire 
Regt.  Nov.  1918  to  June  1919.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the 


178  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  July  1915,  Suvla  Bay  July  to 
Dec.  1915,  Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  March  1916,  Palestine  March  1916  to  Aug.  1918, 
and  in  France  and  Belgium  Sept.  1918  to  Jan.  1919,  Army  of  Occupation 
(Germany)  Jan.  to  March  1919,  Belgium  March  to  May  1919.  Wounded  at 
Gaza  March  26,  1915. 

ERNEST  ROBERT  EVANS. 

Admitted  June  1899.  Member  of  Evans  &  Son,  of  Ely,  Cambs.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Trooper,  King's  Own  Royal  Regt.  (1/1  Norfolk  Yeomanry), 
promoted  to  Troop  Sergeant  and  Musketry  Instructor  Oct.  1914.  Served  at 
Home.     Discharged  Nov.  19,  1915. 

FRANCIS  ALFRED  EVANS. 

Articled  to  Dixon  &  Mason,  of  Pewsey,  Wilts.  Joined  April  3,  1918, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  transferred  to  No.  8  Officers  Cadet  Batt. 
as  an  Officer-Cadet  Oct.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

FRANCIS  VAUGHAN  EVANS. 

Admitted  March  1915,  practised  as  J.  Tickle  &  Co.,  at  63  Cheapside,  E.C. 
Served  as  a  Private  in  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.     Killed  in  action  Oct.  24,  1917. 

FRANK  TAYNTON  EVANS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  Newport,  Mon.  Served  as  Capt., 
1st  (Reserve)  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  (T.). 

GUY  EDWARD  EVANS. 

Admitted  April  1911,  practising  at  Highgate,  N.  Joined  1916,  as  Private, 
14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish).  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  at  Arras  May  1917.     Discharged  Jan.  9,  1918. 

HOWELL  ARNOLD  EVANS. 

Articled  to  William  Thomas,  of  Aberdare.  Joined  Nov.  24,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1917,  Capt.  Feb. 
1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home 
Nov.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  Suvla,  Egypt,  and  Palestine  Aug.  1915  to  Aug.  1919. 

HUGH  JOHN  HOWELL  EVANS. 

Admitted  April  1896.  Member  of  Gold,  Edwards  &  Co.,  of  Denbigh. 
Served  as  Major,  Denbighshire  Hussars. 

ILLTYD  MOY  EVANS. 

Articled  to  J.  M.  Evans,  of  Swansea.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private, 
7th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  transferred  to  13th  Batt.  and  promoted  Corporal. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Batt.  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France. 

IVAN  AMPHLETT  EDWARDES  EVANS. 

Articled  to  Porter,  Amphlett  &  Co.,  of  Colwyn  Bay.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914, 
as  Private,  19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  17th  Batt. 
The  Welch  Regt.  June.  21,  1915,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  June  1915,  Temp. 
Capt.  April  1916,  transferred  General  List  New  Armies  April  1917,  promoted 
Temp.  Major  Jan.  1919.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  June  1916  to 
March  1919. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  179 

IVOR  EVANS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Member  of  Roberts  &  Evans,  of  Aberystwyth. 
Joined  Aug.  6,  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  seconded  to  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery,  288th  Siege  Battery,  Nov.  1916,  A/Capt.  and  Adjutant  Siege 
Artillery,  Reserve  Brigade,  June  to  Nov.  1917,  Lieut.  3rd  Siege  Artillery 
Reserve  Brigade  Nov.  1917  to  Jan.  1919.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  DAWE  EVANS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Member  of  Enoch,  Evans  &  Son,  of  Walsall.  Joined 
Oct.  23,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium  Nov.  1916  to  March  1919. 

JOHN  HUGHES  EVANS. 

Articled  to  C.  A.  Jones,  of  Carnarvon.  Served  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Royal 
Welch  Fusiliers. 

JOHN  THOMAS  EVANS. 

Articled  to  E.  W.  Davies,  of  Carnarvon  and  London.     Joined  Sept.  9, 

191 4,  as  Trooper,  Denbighshire  Hussars  Imperial  Yeomanry,  promoted  Sergeant 
and  transferred  to  Welsh  Border  Brigade  Coy.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
March  1915.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Nov.  30, 

1915,  promoted  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Oct.  1917.  Served  in  France.  Gassed  at 
Messines  June  10,  1917.     Wounded  at  A  veiny  Wood  April  10,  1918. 

LESLIE  WYNN  EVANS. 

Articled  to  O.  W.  Owen,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  l/17th 
Batt.  London  Regt. 

REES  TUDOR  EVANS. 

Admitted  March  1913.  Of  Merthyr  Tydfil.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as 
Capt.,  1/5  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  Served  at  Home  and  at  Suvla  Bay.  Killed 
in  action  Aug.  10,  1915. 

RICHARD  WILLIAM  PICTON  EVANS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898.  Member  of  Jenkins  &  Evans,  of  Cardigan.  Served 
as  a  Major,  The  Welch  Regt.     Died  at  Gaza,  Syria,  on  Sept.  13,  1918. 

ROBERT  CHARLES  EVANS. 

Admitted  June  1911.  Member  of  W.  R.  Evans,  Lloyd  &  Evans,  of 
Wrexham.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  Private,  19th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 
Afterwards  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  15th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  in  July  1917.     Killed  near  Thiepval  Aug.  24,  1918. 

STUART  EVANS. 

Articled  to  Henry  Dixon,  of  Bristol.  Joined  Nov.  16, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
6th  (Service)  Batt.  South  Wales  Borderers  (Pioneers),  promoted  Lieut.  Dec. 

1916,  Capt.  May  1918,  transferred  to  Indian  Army  Reserve  of  Officers  Oct. 
1917  and  attached  to  130th  K.G.O.  Baluchis.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1915  to  May  1916,  India  Dec.  1917 
to  May  1918,  Palestine  June  to  Nov.  1918,  Egypt  Nov.  1918  to  March  1919. 
Accidentally  wounded  in  France  Feb.  20,  1916.  Wounded  on  Vimy  Ridge 
May  16,  1916. 


180  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

THOMAS  EVANDER  EVANS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907,  practising  at  Hoddesdon,  Herts,  and,  1  Gray's  Inn 
Square,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  28tli  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers 
Jan.  28, 1915,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Oct.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar.  Went  to  France  with  11th  Batt.  R  yal  Welch 
Fusiliers  Sept.  1915,  transferred  to  Balkans  Nov.  1915,  evacuated  wounded 
to  England  Aug.  1917,  Military  Intelligence  Directorate,  War  Office,  Dec. 
1917  to  July  1918,  Limerick  Aug.  to  Sept.  1918,  to  France  Sept.  16,  1918, 
wounded  for  third  time  and  evacuated  to  England  Oct.  8,  1918,  Military 
Secretary's  Department,  War  Office,  Dec.  1918  to  April  1919.  Wounded  near 
Smol,  Macedonia,  Oct.  1916  ;  near  Krastali,  Serbia,  May  1917  ;  near  Villers 
Bretoneux,  Cambrai,  Oct.   8,   1918. 

THOMAS  FORCER  EVANS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914,  practising  at  Holyhead.  Served  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt, 
Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 

WALTER  HENRY  FREKE  EVANS. 

Articled  to  A.  A.  Bains,  of  Brighton.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Home 
Counties  (Sussex)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1916. 

WALTER  VAUGHAN  EVANS. 

Admitted  June  1914,  practising  at  Fishguard.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as 
Corporal,  Pembroke  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Sergeant  1915. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Pembroke  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.)  Aug.  6,  1916, 
with  Hon.  Rank  of  a  Lieut.  Served  at  Home.  Had  to  relinquish  commission 
on  accomit  of  sickness  contracted  whilst  serving  June  1918. 

WILLIAM  DAVID  RUSSELL  EVANS. 

Articled  to  T.  A.  Rees,  of  Merthyr  Tydfil.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut,,  5th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  Served 
at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  June  1915,  and  at  Gallipoli,  Suvla  Bay  Landing, 
Aug.  8  and  9,  1915.     Wounded  and  missing  Aug.  10,  1915. 

REGINALD  WYNNE  EVANS -VAUGHAN. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Gaby,  of  Hastings.  Joined  Sept.  9,  1914,  as  Private, 
5th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  transferred  to  4th  Batt.  in  1916,  and  to  4th  Batt. 
Norfolk  Regt.  Aug.  1918.  Served  in  France  Feb.  1915,  Egypt  Nov.  1916, 
and  subsequently  the  whole  of  the  Palestine  Campaign.  Wounded  at  "  The 
Keep,"  la  Boiselle,  July  24,  1916. 

JAMES  EVERIDGE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905.  Member  of  Lonsdale  &  Everidge,  of  1  Adam  Street, 
Adelphi,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Surrey  Yeomanry,  promoted 
Capt.  1914,  and  subsequently  Major  Royal  Air  Force.  Awarded  the  M.C, 
Served  at  Home,  France,  and  Mesopotamia. 

HAROLD  EVES. 

Admitted  July  1908,  practised  at  12  Bouverie  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  181 

CHARLES  ARIEL  EVILL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1898.     Member  of  Evans  &  Evill,  of  Chepstow.     Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,   1st  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Majo 
May  1915,   Lieut. -Col.   Aug.   1915,   in  command   of  1st  Batt.   Aug.   1915  to 
3Iay  1918.     Once  mentioned    in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O.     Served 
in  France  Feb.  1915  to  May  1918.     Wounded  May  1915.     Gassed  Oct.  1915. 

JOSEPH  EWART. 

Admitted  Nov.    1901.     Served   as  A/Sergeant,   Aldershot   Siege   School, 
Hoyal  Garrison  Artillery. 


HENRY  GREY  FABER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Faber,  Fawcett  &  Faber,  of  Stockton- 
on-Tees.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry, 
promoted  Major  June  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  Flanders  and  France.     Wounded  May  24,  1915. 

GORDON  LANCASTER  MOUNTFORD  FACHE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912,  practising  at  13  John  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C. 
Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2!  d  Lieut. 
8th  Batt.  The  Suffolk  Regt.  Sept.  19,  1914,  promoted  Major  Aug.  1917. 
Awarded  M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  in  France  July  1915  to  Jan.  1919.  Wounded 
April  1916. 

COLLINGWOOD  CHRISTOPHER  FAILES. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  Parsons,  of  Kind's  Lynn.  Joined  Nov.  4, 1915,  as  Trooper, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  (S.R.)  Nov.  11, 

1916,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France. 

ERNEST  HULFORD  FAIRBAIRN. 

Articled  to  M.  T.  Fairbairn,  of  18  Finsbury  Square,  E.C.  Joined 
Aug.  31,  1915,  as  Air-Mechanic,  Royal   Naval  Air  Service,  Petty  Officer  April 

1917,  Sergeant  Royal  Air  Force  April  1918,  Flight  Sergeant  July  1918. 
Served  at  Home  Aug.  1915  to  Nov.  1916,  and  in  France  Nov.  1916  to  Aug. 
1918. 

GORDON  GRANGE  FAIRBAIRN. 

Articled  to  Alfred  Ellis,  of  30  John  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined 
Nov.  12,  1914,  as  Private,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2/1  Royal  Gloucestershire  Hussars  Jan.  28,  1916,  trans- 
ferred to  Royal  Flying  Corps  Oct.  1916,  promoted  A/Capt.  April  1918, 
A/Major  ^Nov.  1918.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded  at  Loos 
Oct.  13,  1915,  and  while  flying  at  Arras  April  22,  1917. 

HENRY  FREDERIC  NOEL  FALKNER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906.  Member  of  Falkner,  Son  &  Roberts,  of  Louth, 
Lincolnshire.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt. 
Served  through  the  Dublin  rebellion  in  April  and  May  1916,  and  in  France 


182  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

from  Aug.  1916.     KLilled  in  action  Oct.  11, 1916,  and  buried  in  Vermelles  British 
Cemetery,  France. 

ROY  FARADAY. 

Articled  to  C.  R.  Callard,  of  3  St.  James's  Street,  S.W.  Joined  Sept.  5, 
1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  2/6  Batt.  City  of  Lcndon  R  gt.  Feb.  26,  1915,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  and  confirmed  in  rank  June  1916.  Served  at  Home  and  in 
France.     Killed  in  action  on  the  Messines  Ridge  June  7,  1917. 

JOHN  GERALD  FARDELL. 

Articled  to  John  Fardell,  of  Ryde,  I.  of  W.  MobiHsed  Aug.  4,  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  8th  (Princess  Beatrice's  Isle  of  Wight  Rifles)  Batt.  The  Hamp- 
shire Regt.,  promoted  to  Capt.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in 
Gallipoli  1915,  Mesopotamia,  Persia,  Transcaspia,  and  Russian  Turkestan 
1916  to  1919. 

FREDERICK  BRIAN  ARTHUR  FARGUS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  Member  of  Clayton,  Sons  &  Fargus,  of  10  Lancaster 
Place,  Strand,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Lieut,  in  command  of  Machine 
Gun  Secton,  9th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Queen  Victoria's  Rifles). 
Served  in  Flanders.  Killed  in  action  near  Wulverghem,  Flanders,  Jan.  1, 
1915. 

FRANK  MORLEY  FARMER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1900.  Assistant  Solicitor,  West  Riding  County  CounclL 
Joined  June  20,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  Nov.  1916,  Corporal  Dec.  1916.  Commissioned  in  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  July  29,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.  Awarded 
M.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served  6  months  in  War  Office  (Q.M.G.  3),  and 
in  France  and  Belgium  Aug.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

JAMES  CLEVELAND  FARMER. 

Articled  to  J.  S.  Farmer,  of  Stockton-on-Tees.  Served  as  Bombardier, 
Somerset  Royal  Horse  Artillery  (T.). 

SYDNEY  MORLEY  FARMER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Member  of  R.  J.  Jones,  Sephton,  Rollo  &  Farmer, 
of  Liverpool.     Served  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 

DUDLEY  HERBERT  FARNFIELD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  INIember  of  J.  A.  &  H.  E.  Farnfield,  of  90  Lower 
Thames  Street,  E.C.  Joined  May  24,  1916,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volun- 
teer Reserve,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1917.  Served  in  Belgium,  France,  and 
English  Channel  and  West  Coast  of  England. 

LESLIE  FARNFIELD. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Member  of  J.  A.  &  H.  E.  Farnfield,  of  90  Lower 
Thames  Street,  E.C.  Commissioned  as  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve  May  12,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1917.  Served  with  Auxiliary 
Patrol  afloat  and  subsequently  on  Staff  of  Admiral  Charles  H.  Dare,  Milford 
Haven,  for  duty  ashore. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  183 


JOHN  PHILIP  FARR. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Harold  Easton,  of  Leo- 
minster. Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  23rd  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  (Sportsman's 
Batt.),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Signal  Section  March  1916.  Served  in 
France.  Leg  shattered  with  shrapnel  Delville  Wood  July  27,  1916.  Died 
after  amputation  Aug.  3,  1916,  at  Abbeville,  buried  in  Cemetery  at  Abbeville, 
Aug.  4,  1916. 

HUBERT  LISTER  FARRAR. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904.  Member  of  Farrar  &  Co.,  of  Manchester.  Joined 
March  16,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug. 
1915,  appointed  Adjutant  of  30th  Divisional  Ammunition  Column  same 
date,  appointed  A.D.C.  to  C.R.A.  30th  Division  May  1916,  Reconnaissance 
Officer  to  C.R.A.  30th  Division  Jan.  1917  Staff  Capt.  R.A.,  11th  Division,  July 
1917,  Temp.  Capt.  July  1917,  Staff  Capt.  R.A.,  VII  Corps,  March  1918. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  March  to  Nov.  1915,  France 
Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

BEDE  FARRELL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905,  practised  at  Hull.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt., 
4th  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  near 
Ypres  April  24,  1915. 

HAROLD  MARSON  FARRER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Member  of  Farrer  &  Co.,  of  66  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields, 
W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1, 1914,  as  Temp.  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Division,  promoted 
Temp.  Lieut.  July  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  General  List  (Araiy)  April  1917,  Temp. 
Major  March  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Gallipoli 
March  to  Aug.  1915,  France  April  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

SIDNEY  VANNER  FARRINGTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Member  of  Farrington  &  Winterton,  of  Brighton. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Sussex  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.)  Oct.  18,  1915,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Served  at  Home  and  France. 
Wounded  near  Messines  May  26,  1917. 

WILLIAM  BOWKER  FARRINGTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1902,  practised  at  Manchester.  Joined  Feb.  1916,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1/6  Batt.  Manchester 
Regt.  Feb.  1917.     Killed  in  France  March  25,  1918. 

CYRIL  FAWCETT. 

Articled  to  the  late  Wm.  Fawcett,  of  Leeds.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915,  trans- 
ferred to  Gloucestershire  Regt.  1917.     Served  in  France  1916  to  1918. 

GEOFFREY  FAWCETT. 

Articled  to  the  late  Wm.  Fawcett,  of  Leeds.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  trans- 
ferred to  London  Regt.  1917.  Served  in  France  1915  to  1918.  Killed  June  14, 
1918. 


184  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 


HERBERT  WILKINSON  FAWCETT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904.  Member  of  Richardson,  Son  &  Fawcett,  of 
Bridlington.     Served  as  Corporal,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

WILLIA:M  GEORGE  STEWART  FAWKES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Scriven,  Terry  &  Fawkes,  of  Northamp- 
ton. Serv^ed  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Wounded  at  Gallipoli  Aug. 
1915  and  taken  prisoner  by  the  Turks. 

GEORGE  OSWALD  FEA. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901,  practised  at  Hull  and  Bridlington.     Joined  Oct.  10, 

1914,  as  Trooper,  Queen's  Own  Yorkshire  Dragoons  (Yeomanry),  transferred 
as  Private  to  13th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  Sept.  1917.  Served  in  Flanders 
and  France  July  15,  1915,  to  Nov.  1917.  Wounded  in  action  Nov.  23,  1917, 
and  afterwards  killed  on  the  same  date  at  Bourlon,  France. 

GEORGE  ALAN  FEARNSIDE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909,  practising  at  Leeds.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  in  Royal  Field  Artillery  Dec.  4,  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1918.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  April  23,  1917. 

WILLIAINI  DAVIES  FEATHERSTONE. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  Goodwin,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Dec,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut,,  3rd  South  JNIidland  Battery,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  July  25,  1917. 
Killed  at  Villers  au  Flos,  near  Bapaume,  March  23,  1918. 

LEO  BURTON  FEENY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Of  Boston,  Massachusetts,  U.S.A.  Served  with 
the  McGill  University  Overseas  Corps  and  38th  Batt.  Infantry  Canadian 
Expeditionary  Force. 

CHARLES  ARTHUR  FELL. 

Articled  to  E.  P.  Williams,  of  79  Lombard  Street,  E.C.     Joined  July  15, 

1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field 
Artillery  July  14, 1916,  promoted  A /Lieut.  July  1917,  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Served 
in  Ireland  July  1916  to  Jan.  1917,  France  March  1917  to  March  1918.  Taken 
prisoner  March  21,  1918,  repatriated  Dec.  2,  1918. 

THOMAS  BRUCE  FELTHAM. 

Articled  to  H.  S.  K.  Feltham,  of  Crewe.  Enlisted  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private, 
20th  (Public  Schools)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  promoted  to  Lance- 
Corporal.  Served  in  France  1915  to  1916.  Wounded  June  1916.  Discharged 
owing  to  wounds  in  1917. 

JOHN  HERBERT  FELTON. 

Articled  to  R.  E.  Steel,  of  Cheltenham.  Joined  Sept.  11,  1914,  as  Private, 
2/5  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  transferred  as  Sapper  Royal  Engineers 
Signal  Service  (Motor  Cyclist)  Dec.  1915,  and  later  Dispatch  Rider  Corporal. 
Served  at  Home  1914  to  1916,  France  1916  to  end  of  1917,  and  in  Italy  May 
1918  to  Armistice. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  185 

DOUGLAS  WILIJAM  FENTON  FENTON- JONES. 

Admitted  ^larch  1912.  Member  of  Bishop  &  Fenton- Jones,  of  76  Kingsland 
High  Street,  E.     Served  as  Capt.,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps. 

MELVILL  COLLIXGWOOD  FENWICK. 

Articled  to  T.  C.  Fenwick,  of  16  Berners  Street,  W.  Joined  Sept.  1914 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut,  and 
Capt.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

JOHN  JOHNSON  TILL  FERENS. 

Admitted  June  1898.  Member  of  Ferens  &  Sanderson,  of  Hull.  Joined 
June  1915  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/4  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1916,  A/Capt.  Sept.  1918,  attached  to  10th  Batt.  Served  at  Home, 
Bermuda,  and  France. 

JOHN  EDWARD  FEW. 

Admittei  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  Cambridge.  Temporarily  employed 
as  Company  Commander  in  11th  (Cambs.)  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  Sept.  1914. 
Commissioned  Capt.  in  2/1  Batt.  Cambs.  Regt.  (T.F.)  Nov.  3,  1914.  Posted 
to  62nd  Prov.  Batt.  as  Capt.  June  1915,  transferred  to  13th  (Cambs.  Reserve) 
Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  May  1916,  attached  Aldershot  Command  Anti-Gas  School 
Oct.  1917.  British  Military  Mission  to  U.S.A.,  Assistant  Instructor  Nov.  1917, 
posted  to  3rd  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  Aug.  1918.  Served  at  Home,  and  at  Camp 
Funston,  Kansas,  U.S.A.,  Nov.  1917  to  Aug.  1918. 

WILLIAM  ARCHDALL  FFOOKS. 

Articled  to  E.  A.  Ffooks,  of  Dorchester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut,,  8th  Batt. 
Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry. 

ARTHUR  DILLWYN  -FFOULKES-JONES. 

Articled  to  E.  Ffoulkes-Jones,  of  Llangollen,  N.  Wales.     Joined  Sept.  30, 

1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  June 

1916,  A/A.D.C.  to  G.O.C.  47th  Div.  during  Aug.  and  Sept.  1917,  Temp. 
A.D.C.  to  G.O.C.  41st  Div.  Oct.  1918,  transferred  to  the  Camouflage  Park 
Royal  Engineers  until  April  1919.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded 
at   Battle   of   Cambrai,  at   Boulon   Wood,    Nov.  2,  1917. 

EDMUND  VENTRIS  FIELD. 

Articled  to  Cecil  Brodrick,  of  Ormond  House,  63  Queen  Victoria  Street, 
E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  13th  (Princess  Louise's  Kensington) 
Batt.  The  London  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1914,  Capt.  Jan.  1916.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.     Wounded  Dec.  7,  1914,  and  Sept.  25,  1916. 

HERRICK  REVELEY  FIELD. 

Articled  to  John  Field,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private, 
Manchester  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Tank  Corps  Feb.  28,  1919.  Served 
in  France.     Invalided  Home  Dec.  2,  1916. 

MARK  GWENDWR  FIELD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1910.  Member  of  Field  &  Sons,  of  Leamington.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  4th  South  Midland  Howitzer  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery 


186  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 


(T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  June  1916.  Served  in  Flanders  and  France,  went  to 
France  March  1915.  Invalided  home  sick  Oct.  16,  1916.  Severely  wounded 
at  Ypres  Oct.  7,  1917. 

SIDNEY  FIELD.  .  ,      ^        ^ 

Admitted  Jan.  1900.  Member  of  Field  &  Sons,  of  Liverpool.  Served 
with  the  6th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.). 

SYDNEY  RIACH  FIELD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  Field  &  Sons,  of  Leamington.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  4th  South  Midland  (Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal  Field 
Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1914,  Major  June  1915.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  France.     Wounded  at  Fauquiesart,  France,  July  18,  1916. 

CARYL  HILL  YARD  FIELD-FISHER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Carter  &  Fisher,  of  Torquay.  Joined 
March  22,  1916,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  subsequently  promoted 
Corporal.     Served  as  sniper  in  the  2nd  Batt.  at  Ploegsteert  in  Belgium  Oct. 

1916,  and  subsequently  on  the  Somme,  at  Beaumont  Hamel,  Nov.  and  Dec. 
1916. 

EDWIN  EWART  FIELDHOUSE. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Piercy,  of  Huddersfield.  Joined  Nov.  20, 1914,  as  A.B., 
Hawke  Batt.  Royal  Naval  Division,  Third  Writer  R.N.  July  1916  to  Dec. 

1917,  Paymaster  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Reserve  Dec.  1917  to  Aug.  1919, 
Secretary  to  British  Naval  Attache,  Embassy,  Rome.  Awarded  Cavalier  of 
the  Order  of  the  Crown  of  Italy.  Served  at  Home,  and  at  Gallipoli  with  Royal 
Naval  Division  May  to  Dec.  1915,  at  British  Embassy,  Rome,  Feb.  1918  to 
Aug.  1919. 

EDWARD  FLEMING  FIELDING. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Member  of  Fuller,  Whittington  &  Fielding,  of 
Bath.  Joined  Feb.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry, 
and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut,  and  attached  to  West  African  Regt.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  the  Cameroons,  West  Africa.     Killed  in  Action  Oct.  24,  1915. 

HERBERT  HILTON  FIELDING. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practised  at  Manchester.  Joined  Feb.  15,  1916, 
as  Private,  6th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  April  1916. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Manchester  Regt.  Nov.  28,  1916.  Went  to  France  Jan. 
1917  attached  to  22nd  Batt.  Killed  in  action  at  Croisilles  March  28,  1917, 
and  iDuried  in  the  St.  Leger  British  Cemetery. 

ERNEST  GERARD  FINCH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1893.  practising  at  Liverpool.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  9th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Feb.  1916.  Served 
in  Egypt  1914  to  1915,  and  at  Home. 

FRED  JAMES  FINCH. 

Admitted  April  1914,  practising  at  Gravesend.  Joined  May  1917,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  and  subsequently  became  Sergeant.  Served  at 
Home. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  187 

GEORGE  FLADGATE  FINCH. 

Articled  to  C.  S.  Raymond-Barker,  9  New  Square,  W.C.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  12th  Batt. 
The  Rifle  Brigade  Sept.  22,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  Feb.  1915, 
appointed  General  Staff  Officer  (3rd  Grade)  64th  Division,  Norwich,  Dec.  1916, 
and  to  Headquarters,  First  Army,  France,  May  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914,  to  July  1915  and  Aug.  1916  to 
Sept.  1917,  France  July  1915  to  Aug.  1916  and  Sept.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 
Wounded  Ypres  Feb.  12,  1916. 

HARRY  FINCH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Member  of  Courtenay,  Croome  &  Finch,  of  3 
Lombard  Court,  Gracechurch  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Feb.  10,  1915,  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  and  immediately  promoted  Staff  Sergeant.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Dec.  1,  1917.  Served  in  France  practically  whole 
time. 

JAMES  BASS  FINCH. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Hutchings,  of  Teignmouth.  Joined  Nov.  20,  1915,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Obtained  commission  in  Royal  Flying  Corps 
Jan.  24,  1917,  as  Flying  Officer,  transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force  and  promoted 
Lieut.  April  1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  in  aerial  combat  in  France 
Aug.  26,  1917. 

WILLIAM  GERARD  FINCH. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900.  Member  of  Finch,  Johnson  &  Co.,  of  Preston. 
Served  as  Major,  9th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.F.R.). 

DONALD  GEORGE  FINCHAM. 

Articled  to  H.  C.  Wanklyn,  of  Colchester.  Joined  Nov.  27, 1916,  as  Private, 
Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  appointed  Lance-Corporal 
May  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

ALFRED  GUSTAVE  FINDEISEN. 

Admitted  Sept.  1899.  Member  of  Dymond,  Findeisen  &  Tosswill,  of 
Torquay.     Served  as  Lance-Corporal,  30th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

ALEXANDER  WYNAND  FINDLAY. 

Admitted  June  1902,  practising  at  142  Holborn  Bars,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  13, 
1914,  as  Private,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish).  Served 
in  France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1916.  Invalided  home  with  trench  fever. 
Discharged  April  29,  1918. 

ANDREW  FINDLAY 

Articled  to  Sir  W.  W.  Rutherford,  M.P.,  of  48  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
April  23,  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Corporal  March 
1918.     Served  at  Home. 

ROBERT  LESLIE  FINNIS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  Finnis,  Downey,  Linnell  &  Chessher, 
of  5  Clifford  Street,  Bond  Street,  W.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Air 
Force. 


188  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

DENIS  GORDON  FIRTH. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  T.  Wliarton,  of  Southampton.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  1/5  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916.  Served 
in  India  Nov.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Mesopotamia  Dec.  1915  to  April  1916,  India 
April  1916  to  March  1919.  Wounded  at  Sunnaiyat,  Mesopotamia,  April  6, 
1916. 

HAROLD  WHITELEY  FIRTH. 

Articled  to  Sir  Robert  Fox,  of  Leeds.  Joined  Jan.  15,  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Northumberland  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Capt.  July  1918. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  April  9,  1917,  and  Aug.  17, 
1918.     Taken  prisoner  at  Beaumont  Hamel  Aug.  17,  1918. 

HENRY  FIRTH. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Member  of  Wilson  &  Firth,  of  Ashton-under-Lyne. 
Joined  Oct.  1,  1917,  as  Private,  Army  Pay  Corps,  promoted  Corporal  Oct.  1918. 
Served  at  Home. 

WILLIAINI  HENRY  FIRTH. 

Admitted  Feb.  1915.  Member  of  Firth  &  Firth,  of  Bradford.  Joined 
Dec.  20,  1916,  as  Sapper,  Railway  Operating  Division,  Royal  Engineers,  pro- 
moted Corporal  Sept.  1918.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

ARTHUR  REGINALD  COLBORNE  FISHER. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Carpenter,  of  Bristol.  Joined  Oct.  28,  1914,  as  Trooper, 
North  Somerset  Yeomanry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery 
Nov.  12,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  at  Home,  Jamaica,  and 
France. 

EDWARD  LINDESAY  FISHER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  Huddersfield.  Joined  Sept.  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/5  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov. 
1914,  Temp.  Capt.  Jan.  1915,  Substantive  Capt.  June  1916,  Temp.  Major 
Oct.  1916,  A/Major  Aug.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in 
France.  W^ounded  at  Hervilly  Wood  March  22, 1918,  and  subsequently  taken 
prisoner  same  day. 

GEORGE  WILLIAM  FISHER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Member  of  Morris  &  Bristow,  of  41  Bedford  Row, 
W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  County  of  London  Brigade,  Royal  Field 
Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

GERALD  LEAROYD  HAMMOND  FISHER. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  Sharman,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
6th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Obtained  commission  about  Feb.  1915 
with  1/8  (Irish)  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  as  2nd  Lieut.,  promoted  Lieut. 
Oct.  1915,  attached  to  164th  Machine  Gun  Company  Feb.  1916.  Served  in 
France.  Believed  to  have  been  killed  on  Aug.  8,  1916,  by  gas  shell.  War 
Office's  Report,  missing,  believed  killed. 

HENRY  JOHN  FISHER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905.  Member  of  Deacon  &  Co.,  of  9  Great  St.  Helen's, 
E.G.     Joined  Oct.   1914,   as  Private,   Inns    of  Court  O.T.C.     Commissioned 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  189 

2nd  Lieut.  Inns  of   Court  O.T.C.  Oct.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.,  subsequently- 
seconded  for  special  service  at  Headquarters.     Served  at  Home. 

GARDEN  FISHER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910,  practising  at  Heathfield,  Sussex.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Glamorganshire  Yeomanry  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt. 
July  1916,  attached  24th  Batt.  (Pembroke  and  Glamorgan  Yeomanry  Batt.) 
The  Welch  Regt.  Jan.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
Croix  de  Guerre.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1916,  Egypt  1916  to  Jan.  1917, 
Palestine  1917  to  March  1918,  France  1918  to  1919.     Wounded  Dec.  27,  1917. 

STANLEY  JOSEPH  FISHER. 

Articled  to  John  Tyson,  of  Dalton-in-Furness.  Joined  June  26,  1916,  as 
Pioneer,  Special  Brigade,  Royal  Engineers,  promoted  Lance-Corporal. 
Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  Served 
2  years  in  France. 

EDWARD  JOHN  FITZGERALD. 

Admitted  July  1912,  practising  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Serv^ed  as 
Private,  1/7  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers. 

JOHN  WILLIAM  FITZHERBERT-BROCKHOLES. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Weld,  of  Liverpool.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut., 
Duke  of  Lancaster's  Own  Yeomanry,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916.  Awarded 
the  M.C.     Served  in  France  May  1915  to  April  1919. 

THOMAS  FLA\^LL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Member  of  Preston,  Son  &  Flavell,  of  Hinckley. 
Served  as  a  Cadet,  and  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  April  3, 
1919. 

NEVILLE  GEORGE  FLAWN. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Assistant  Solicitor  Great  Central  Railway  Co., 
Marylebone  Station,  N.W.  Joined  May  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County 
of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned  Nov.  1916  as  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served  in  France. 
Invalided  home  from  France  and  discharged  Feb.  1918. 

ERNEST  FLETCHER. 

Admitted  July  1894.  Member  of  Watkins,  Son  &  Fletcher,  of  Atherton. 
Served  as  Major,  5th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  (T.). 

FRANK  CASTLE  FLETCHER. 

Articled  to  N.  D.  Walker,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Joined  Aug.  12,  1914, 
as  Lieut,  and  Quartermaster,  Northumbrian  Divisional  Clearing  Hospital, 
Royal  Army  Medical  Corps  (T.F.),  promoted  Capt.  and  Quartermaster  Oct. 
1917.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1917,  and  in  France  Jan.  1917  to 
Aug.  1919. 

VICTOR  ROBERT  FLETCHER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  On  staff  of  the  Solicitor  to  the  Board  of  Trade, 
Great  George  Street,  S.W.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C,   promoted    Lance-Corporal    Aug.    1914.     Gazetted    2nd    Lieut.   21st 


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Batt.  The  London  Regt.  (First  Surrey  Rifles)  Sept.  23,  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1916,   Capt.  May  1917.     Served  in  France  Dec.   1917  to  June  1918. 
Remainder  of  time  at  Home. 

FRANK  STUART  FLEURET. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Member  of  Coldham,  Birkett  &  Fleuret,  of  27 
Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The 
Buffs),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916. 

HERBERT  FLOWERS. 

Admitted  March  1908.  Member  of  G.  A.  Flowers  &  Son,  of  Steyning, 
Sussex.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Public  School  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  June  30,  1915.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  at  Battle  of  Delville  Wood  Aug.  31,  1916. 

ALFRED  EDWARD  FLOYD. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901,  practising  at  Dunmow,  Essex.  Served  as  Capt., 
7th  (Vol.)  Batt.  Essex  Regt. 

ERIC  GASKELL  FLOYD. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  76-78  Swinton  Street,  Gray's  Inn 
Road,  W.C.  Served  as  Lieut,  and  Quartermaster,  3rd  Welsh  Field  Ambulance, 
Royal  Army  Medical  Corps  (T.),  promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1917.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches. 

REGINALD  LAKE  FLUX. 

Admitted  July  1912,  practising  at  Ryde.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  1/5  Hants.  Battery  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  and  subsequently 
promoted  Capt.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Mesopotamia,  Kut-el- 
Amara. 

HARDWICKE  KENYON  FOERS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1916.  Assistant  Solicitor  with  Town  Clerk  of  Rotherham. 
Joined  Dec.  17,  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
3/3  London  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 
Served  in  France.     Wounded  at  Paschendaele  Ridge  Oct.  8,  1917. 

FRANK  WILSON  FOLEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904,  practising  at  Bolton.  Served  as  Major,  4th  Batt. 
Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt. 

HENRY  ARTHUR  FOLEY. 

Articled  to  E.  E.  Baker,  of  Weston-super-Mare.  Joined  Aug.  31,  1914, 
as  Private,  6th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry.  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut. 
7th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  Dec.  12,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1917, 
A/Capt.  Dec.  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  May  1915  to  March 
1918.  Wounded  at  Lesboeufs  Sept.  16,  1916,  and  at  Langemarck  Aug.  16, 
1917.  Taken  prisoner  near  Ham  March  24,  1918.  (Camps,  Rastatt  and 
Grandeuz). 

GEORGE  HOWARD  FOORD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  Foord  &  Son,  of  16  Philpot  Lane,  E.C. 
Joined  March  1915  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  191 

Sept.  1915.     Served  at  Home  and  at  Gallipoli.     Died  Oct.  13,  1915,  of  wounds 
received  in  action  at  Cape  Helles. 

HERBERT  QUALLETT  FOORD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Member  of  Foord  &  Son,  of  16  Philpot  Lane,  E.C. 
Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
8th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  Feb.  10,  1915,  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  The 
Queen's  Regt.  Oct.  15, 1915,  Capt.  General  List,  appointed  Courts-Martial  Officer 
Thames  and  Medway  Garrison,  Chatham,  Oct.  26,  1916  (B.E.F.  France,  Oct. 
1915  to  June  1916),  Capt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.,  Courts-Martial  Officer 
Hounslow  Area,  Hounslow,  from  Sept.  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches 
(Home).     Served  at  Home  and  in  Flanders. 

FOSTER  LAKE  FOOTNER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905.  Member  of  G.  B.  Footner  &  Son,  of  Romsey,  Hants. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  4th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.).  Once  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in  India  and  Mesopotamia. 
Wounded  during  siege  of  Kut  Dec.  9,  1915,  and  Jan.  11,  1916.  Taken  prisoner 
at  Kut-el-Amara  April  29,  1916. 

ALBERT  EDWARD  FORBES. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Member  of  Forbes  &  Nixon,  of  Middlesbrough. 
Joined  Feb.  8,  1917,  Royal  Field  Artillery  and  subsequently  transferred  to 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery.     Served  in  France. 

RONALD  MYLNE  FORD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Cooper  &  Co.,  Newcastle,  Staffs.  Joined 
Aug.  1914  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt. 
South  Wales  Borderers  (Special  Reserve)  Oct.  7,  1914,  promoted  to  Lieut.  May 
1915.  Awarded  Croix  de  Guerre  with  Palms  (French).  Went  to  France 
March  1915,  rejoined  Special  Reserve  June  1916,  since  when  served  in  England. 
Wounded  on  Hill  70  at  Loos  Nov.  28,  1915. 

WILLIAM  FORD. 

Articled  to  A.  R.  Ford,  of  4  South  Square,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
March  25,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Royal  Fusihers,  promoted  Lieut.  March 
1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  on  the  Ancre  Nov.  13,  1916.  Discharged 
March  21,  1918,  on  account  of  wounds. 

WILLIAM  ALLIN  FORD. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Hortin,  of  St.  Lawrence  House,  Trump  Street,  King 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as  Private,  20th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (T.F.).  Commissioned  in  France  Jan.  31,  1916,  to  5th  Batt.  Oxfordshire 
and  Buckinghamshire  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1917,  and  Capt. 
Aug.  1917.  Served  in  France  March  1915  to  Oct.  1917.  Wounded  at  Gheluvett, 
Menin  Road,  Flanders,  Oct.  17,  1917. 

ARCHIBALD  CLAUDE  FORMAN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  58  Lombard  Street,  E.C.  Mobilised 
Aug.  2,  1914.  Commissioned  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  Oct.  7,  1914, 
from  Chief  Petty  Officer,  with  Royal  Naval  Division  till  April  1915,  thence 


192  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

H.M.  Naval  Base,  Lame,  Ireland,  promoted  Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve  Aug.  1915.  Received  thanks  of  Admiralty  April  12,  1918.  Served 
at  the  Admiralty  and  in  Ireland. 

ARTHUR  TE]\IPLE  FOREMAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  Gray  &  Dodsworth,  of  1  Bank  Buildings, 
Prince's  Street,  E.C.,  and  York.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army 
Ordnance  Corps,  promoted  Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home  till  Oct.  1916,  Mesopotamia  Oct.  191G  to  Dec.  1918. 

ARTHUR  LIVESEY  FORRESTER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Forrester,  Moir  &  Co.,  of  Malmesbury, 
Wilts.     Served  as  Capt.,  3rd  Wessex  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

ALFRED  WILLIAM  FORSDIKE. 

Articled  to  W.  E.  Hart,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  A /Capt.  April  1917,  Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Three 
times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home,  Egypt,  Greece,  Bulgaria, 
Serbia  (Serbian  Retreat  1915),  Salonica  (Struma  Valley),  and  Palestine. 

HENTIY  PHILIP  FORSHAW. 

Admitted  April  1903.  Member  of  Forshaw,  Parker  &  Co.,  of  Preston. 
Served  as  Capt.,  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar. 

JOHN  FORSHAW. 

Admitted  April  1915.  Of  Liverpool.  Joined  May  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th 
Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  subsequently  resigned  commission,  and  in  1917 
became  Private  in  2nd  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company  (Infantry).  Served  in 
France  and  Italy. 

PERCIVAL  ARMORER  FORSTER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Member  of  Partridge  &  Co.,  of  King's  Lynn. 
Joined  Oct.  10,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (S.R.),  promoted 
Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  Oct.  1915,  seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Feb. 
1916.  Reverted  to  Permanent  Rank,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Machine  Gun  Corps 
April  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at 
Home  Oct.  1914  to  May  1915,  France  May  1915  to  Nov.  1916,  Home  Nov. 
1916  to  termination  of  War. 

WILLIAM  FORSTER. 

Articled  to  F.  H.  Chance,  of  30  Mincing  Lane,  E.C.  Joined  Feb.  6,  1916, 
as  Private,  29th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  and  afterwards  transferred  to  8th  Batt. 
Served  at  Home  Feb.  to  Aug.  1916,  and  in  France  Aug.  to  Oct.  1916.  Killed 
in  action  near  Gueudecourt  Oct.  7,  1916. 

WILLIAM  OXLEY  FORSTER. 

Articled  to  J.  E.  Gibson,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Joined  March  26,  1915, 
as  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry.  Served  in  France.  Killed 
Sept.  22,  1916. 

SAMUEL  SANFORD  FORSYTH. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  R.  A.  Rotherham,  of  Coventry, 
Joined  Aug.  6,  1914,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Bombardier. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  193 

Given  commission  Sept.  23,  1914,  A.D.C.  to  General  F.  Wing,  A.D.C.  to 
General  Sandilands,  given  Command  of  Trench  Mortar  Battery  Sept.  1915. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France.  Killed  at  Hooge,  near 
Ypres,  Sept.  25,  1915. 

ALBERT  EDWARD  MUSPRATT  FORTESCUE. 

Admitted  Apil  1906,  practising  at  Donington  House,  Norfolk  Street,  W.C. 
Joined  June  10,  1918,  as  2nd  Lieut.  (A/Capt.),  Royal  Air  Force,  promoted  Flying 
Officer  (A /Flight-Lieut.)  Dec.  1919.     Awarded  O.B.E.     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  LAWRENCE  FORTESCUE. 

Articled  to  Charles  Fortescue,  of  Banbury,  Oxon.  Joined  Oct.  8,  1914, 
as  Capt.,  Commanding  3rd  (Service)  Coy.  4th  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  In- 
fantry, appointed  Adjutant  Lines  of  Communication,  Southern  Com.mand,  Aug. 
1915,  Adjutant  No.  8  Area,  Royal  Defence  Corps,  Southern  Command,  Feb. 
1917,  Officer  Commanding  252  P.  Coy.  Oct.  1918,  Adjutant,  P.W.  Staff,  Western 
Command,  July  1919,  Commandant  of  same  Nov.  1919.     Served  at  Home. 

EDWARD  CLAUDE  FORTESCUE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1901.  Member  of  Stockton,  Sons  &  Fortescue,  of  Banbury. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry, 
promoted  Substantive  Major  June  1916,  appointed  Courts-Martial  Officer 
Dec.  18,  1918,  in  France.     Awarded  the  T.D.     Served  in  France. 

HAROLD  WILSON  FORTUNE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906,  practising  at  Harrogate.  Joined  May  1917,  as 
Aircraftsman  IL,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service,  promoted  Aircraftsman  I.,  Leading 
Hand,  transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force  as  Corporal  Clerk.  Served  in  France 
and  England. 

WILLIAM  GRAHAM  FORW^ARD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900.  Member  of  William  Forward  &  Sons,  of  Axminster. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  1/4  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted 
Major  May  1917.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  in  India  Oct.  1914  and  Meso- 
potamia Jan.  1916  to  April  1919. 

BARTHOLOMEW  FOSKETT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practising  at  Newcastle-on-Tjue.  Joined  Oct.  13, 
1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt. 
Aug.  1917,  Adjutant  78th  Brigade  July  1917  to  March  1918,  Military  Opera- 
tions Department,  War  Office,  London,  July  1918  to  March  1919.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Oct.  1915  to  Nov.  1916  and  July  1918  to  March  1919, 
and  in  France  and  Flanders  Nov.  1916  to  March  1918.  Woimded  on  Arras 
Front  April  20,  and  24,  1917.     Gassed  Cambrai  Front  March  21  to  26,  1918. 

NOEL  FOSKETT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1914,  practising  at  9  Bush  Lane,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Dec.  16,  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps  Sept.  26,  1917.  Served  in  Belgium 
Oct.  1917  to  Dec.  1917,  Italy  Dec.  1917  to  April  1918,  France  and  Belgium 
April  1918  to  March  1919.     Wounded  June  28,  and  Oct.  6,  1918. 


194  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

ARTHUR  WILLIAM  FOSTER. 

Articled  to  E.  P.  Foster,  of  Wells,  Somerset.  Joined  Nov.  9,  1914,  as 
O.S.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  promoted  A.B.  March  1915.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Special  Reserve  Royal  Field  Artillery,  March  27,  1917.  Served 
at  Gallipoli  and  Dardanelles  May  1915  to  Aug.  1916,  and  in  France  Aug.  1917 
to  May  1918.     Wounded  May  16,  1918. 

EDWARD  WADE  FOSTER. 

Articled  to  E.   P.  Foster,   of  Wells,    Somerset.     Joined  July  3,    1917,   as 
Private,  Army  Pay  Corps,  promoted  Corporal  July  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

ERNEST  HENRY  FOSTER. 

Admitted  April  1894.  Member  of  Walter  &  E.  H.  Foster,  of  Leeds. 
Employed  on  War  Work  at  Lands  Branch,  War  Office. 

FERMIAN  LE  NEVE  FOSTER. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Member  of  Warren,  Murton,  Miller  &  Foster,  of  45 
Bloomsbury  Square,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  pro- 
moted Capt.  June  1916,  and  subsequently  employed  at  Ministry  of  Labour. 

GEORGE  EDWARD  FOSTER. 

Articled  to  A.  W.  Price,  of  Northampton.  Joined  Sept.  14,  1914,  as 
Private,  7th  Batt.  Northamptonshire  Regt.,  later  Lance-Corporal.  Com- 
missioned as  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  Jan.  22,  1915,  ap- 
pointed Lieut.  July  1915,  and  A/Capt.  Oct.  1917.  Served  in  France  July  1915 
to  Aug.  1916  and  Oct.  1917  to  April  1918.  Wounded  Aug.  1916.  Captured 
April  12,  1918,  and  interned  in  Grandenz,  Poland.     Repatriated  Dec.  21,  1918. 

HORACE  HARFORD  FOSTER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907,  practising  at  Malvern.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Herefordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 

HUGH  MATHESON  FOSTER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Foster  &  Wells,  of  Aldershot.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  1/4  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Major 
Sept.  5,  1919.  D.A.A.G.  4th  (India)  Division.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  in 
Mesopotamia  and  Persia  1915  to  1916,  and  in  India  1916  to  1919. 

RENNIE  JAMES  FOSTER. 

Admitted  Sept.  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Gaunt,  Foster  &  Co.,  of  Brad- 
ford. Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  1/6  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt., 
subsequently  promoted  Corporal.  Awarded  the  M.M.  Served  in  France  and 
Belgium  April  1915  to  June  1918.  Wounded  at  Battle  of  Somme  July  20, 
1916. 

ROBERT  TONGE  FOSTER. 

Articled  to  W.  A.  Foster,  of  Hull.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  East  Riding  Yorkshire  Yeomanry  Feb.  26, 
1915,  promoted  Lieut.  2nd  Reserve  Cavalry  Regt.  Aug.  1917.     Served  in  France. 

WILLIAM  FOSTER. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  H.  Green,  of  Nottingham.  Joined  March  13,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  2/7  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  promoted 
Lieut.   Oct.   1915,    Capt.    and    Adjutant    March    1918.     Once   mentioned   in 


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Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium. 
Wounded  April  23,  1917. 

PETER  ROBERTS  FOULKES-ROBERTS. 

Articled  to  A.  Foulkes-Roberts,  of  Denbigh,  N.  Wales.     Mobilised  Aug. 

1914,  as  Lieut. ,4th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  July  1915, 
Substantive  Capt.  Oct.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  France  June  1915  to  March  1918.  Wounded  and  taken 
prisoner  March  23,  1918.     Repatriated  Nov.  28,  1919. 

JOHN  ALFRED  ARNOTT  FOUNTAIN. 

Articled  to  C.  F.  Booth,  of  4  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  23,  1914, 
as  Private,  12th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt. 
King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  Feb.  24,  1915.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  between  Fricourt  Wood  and  La  Boiselle  July  1,  1916. 

ARTHUR  CLIFFORD  FOUNTAINE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1900,  practised  at  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  60th  Garrison  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 

REGINALD  WEST  FOVARGUE. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Fovargue,  of  Eastbourne.  Joined  Sept.  4,  1914,  as 
Private,  18th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  Public  Schools  Brigade.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  2/2  Home  Counties  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  Feb.  26,  1915,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  June  1916,  and  A /Capt.  Oct.  1918.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to 
March  1916  and  April  1916  to  Oct.  1917,  France  April  1  to  April  17,  1916, 
Mesopotamia  Oct.  1917  to  May  1919,  and  in  India  May  to  Sept.  1919. 

SYDNEY  JOHN  FOWLER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1897.  Member  of  Fowler  &  Co.,  of  Oakham,  Rutland. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.  Served  in  France 
Oct.  to  Dec.  1915,  remainder  of  time  in  England. 

ROBERT  JOHN  FOWLES. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  ElHs,  of  6  King's  Bench  Walk,  Temple,  E.C.  Served  as 
Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Obtained  commission  in  Hon.  Artillery 
Company  and  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918.  Held  rank  of  Capt.  whilst  Courts- 
Martial  Officer.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

ARTHUR  CECIL  FOX. 

Articled  to  Peregrine  Thomas,  of  Burnley.  Served  as  Private,  70th 
Training  Reserve  Batt.,  Ripon. 

JEREMIAH  HASLAM  FOX. 

Admitted  Dec.  1895,  practising  at  St.  Helens,  Lanes.  Served  as  Major, 
West  Lancashire  Division  Royal  Engineers. 

JOHN  FOX 

Admitted  June  1905.  Assistant  Registrar  of  Friendly  Societies,  British 
Museum,  Montague  Place,  W.C.  Joined  May  8,  1915,  as  Temp.  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  Dec. 

1915,  A/Major  Aug.  1917,  D.A.D.S.,  G.H.Q.,  1st  Echelon,  E.E.F.,  Dec.  1917, 
Temp.  Major,  Staff,  Feb.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
O.B.E.   (Military  Division).     Served  in  Dardanelles  July  1915  to  Feb.  1916, 


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Senussi  Campaign  Feb.  to  May  1916,  Egypt  May  1916  to  Oct.  1917,  Palestine 
Oct.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

PHILIP  HENRY  FOX. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901.  Of  119b  St.  James's  Com*t,  Buckingham  Gate, 
S.W.  Joined  March  1,  1915,  as  A.B.  (Mobile  Section,  Anti-Aircraft  Corps), 
Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Assistant  Paymaster  Royal  Naval  Reserve 
July  1915,  Pa>Tnaster-Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  with  H.M.Y.  Sagonara,  H.M.Y. 
Sapitta,  H.IVI.S.  President,  English  Channel,  Hebrides,  Murman  Coast,  and 
Shore  Service. 

WILLIAM  STEPHEN  FRANCE. 

Admitted  July  1886,  practising  at  Wigan.  Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as 
Lieut. -Col.  (Hon.  Col.)  Commanding  5th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  (T.F.), 
to  Command  of  Details  East  Lancashire  Reserves  Depot  Sept.  1914,  A. A.  and 
Q.M.G.  66th  (East  Lancashire)  Division  Nov.  1914,  D.A.Q.M.G.  Mersey 
Garrison  Feb.  1917.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home. 

FRANCIS  EDWARD  FRANCILLON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Member  of  H.  J.  Francillon  &  Son,  of  Dursley,  Glos. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  1/5  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted 
Temp.  Capt.  May  1915,  Substantive  Capt.  June  1916.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  in  France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to 
Sept.  1918,  France  Sept.  1918  to  July  1919. 

FRANCIS  ARCHIBALD  FRANCIS. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Member, of  Marcus  &  Francis,  of  47  Broad  Street 
Avenue,  E.G.  Joined  July  4,  1915,  as  A.B.,  Royal  Navy  Branch,  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve. 

GUY  LANCELOT  BRERETON  FRANCIS. 

Admitted  March  1911.  Member  of  Morgan  &  Co.,  of  Chepstow.  Served 
as  Capt.,  1st  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.,  and  afterwards  transferred  to  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

HUGH  DOUGLAS  PEREGRINE  FRANCIS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Member  of  Francis  &  Johnson,  of  19  Great  Win- 
chester Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1/1  East  Riding  Yeomanry  Sept.  25,  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1916,  Capt.  July  1917,  Adjutant  Aug.  1915  to  April  1918,  Capt.  and 
Adjutant  102nd  (Lincoln  and  East  Riding  Yeomanry)  Batt.  Machine  Gun 
Corps  April  1918  to  March  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Oct.  1915,  Egypt  Oct.  1915  to  Nov. 
1916,  Palestine  Nov.  1916  to  May  1918,  France  June  1918  to  March  1919. 

WALTER  HAMOND  FRANCIS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1882.  Member  of  Francis  &  Co.,  of  Cambridge.  Joined 
Jan.  23,  1915,  as  Capt.  and  Hon.  Major,  Royal  Defence  Corps  (formerly  4th 
Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.).     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  CLARK  FRANK. 

Admitted  Feb.  1895,  practising  at  Leeds.  Joined  Nov.  5,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Prince  of  Wales's  Own  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  (Leeds  Rifles), 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  197 

promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  resigned  Commission  on  the  grounds  of  ill-health 
caused  by  wounds  and  retained  the  rank  of  Lieutenant  Feb.  25,  1918.  Served 
at  Home  Nov.  1915  to  May  1916,  France  May  to  July  1916.  Wounded 
in  the  attack  on  the  Selmahen  Redoubt  opposite  Thiepval  Wood  July  1,  1916, 
and  captured  the  same  night.  A  prisoner  in  Germany  until  interned  in  Holland 
on  May  16,  1918.     Repatriated  sick  Sept.  23,  1918. 

ERNEST  FRANIOvAND. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practising  at  Middlesbrough.  Joined  May  1916,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Lance-Bombardier  Dec.  1918. 
Served  in  France. 

WALTER  BELL  FRANKLIN. 

Articled  to  William  Graham,  of  24  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps. 

REGINALD  DAVID  FRAPE. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Member  of  Frape  &  Gauntlett,  of  Brighton.  Joined 
Nov.  16,  1914,  as  Private,  13th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  and  subsequently 
promoted  Lance-Corporal.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  June  30, 
1916. 

ARNOLD  FREDERICK  ERASER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Member  of  Eraser  &  Eraser,  of  Nottingham.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  (Service)  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt. 

CECIL  EDWARD  REGINALD  ERASER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905.  Member  of  Eraser  &  Son,  of  Nottingham.  Joined 
Sept.  24,  1914,  as  Private,  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  4,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1915,  Capt.  May 
1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home,  and  in  France 
and  Belgium. 

CECIL  EUSTACE  WILLIAM  ERASER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901,  practising  at  Bickley,  Kent.  Served  as  Capt.  5tb, 
London  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  and  promoted  Major  June  1917. 

EDWARD  ERASER. 

Admitted  March  1906.  Member  of  North,  Kirk  &  Co.,  of  Liverpool. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Machine  Gun  Corps. 

GORDON  ERASER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1910,  practising  at  Ipswich.  Joined  Oct.  7,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.,  attached  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps 
Dec.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  Sept.  1916,  Major  July  1917, 
appointed  to  Administrative  Staff.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  March  1915  to  Jan.  1919. 

JAMES  SCHOLFIELD  ERASER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1900,  practised  at  Ashford,  Kent.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs),  and  subsequently  promoted 
Major.  Served  in  India  and  Mesopotamia.  Killed  at  Shaikh  Saad,  in  Meso- 
potamia, Jan.  13-14,  1916. 


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WALLACE  ERASER. 

Admitted  April  1899,  practised  at  Liverpool.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as 
Private,  19th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Gazetted  Lieut,  in  same  Regt. 
Sept.  1, 1914,  promoted  Capt.  Dee.  1914.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
at  Guillemont  July  30,  1916. 

ROWLAND  WYNNE  FRAZIER. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Redfern,  Hunt  &  Co.,  of 
Frederick's  Place,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Ordinary  Seaman,  Royal 
Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  Signalman  May  1915.  Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Royal 
Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  Feb.  1,  1916,  Observer  Lieut.  Royal  Navy  Oct.  1917, 
Capt.  Royal  Air  Force  April  1918.  Minesweeping  in  North  Sea  May  1915  to 
Jan.  1916,  Flying  in  Eastern  Mediterranean  Oct.  to  Dec  1916.  Shot  down 
in  Henri  Farman  Biplane  at  Gereviz,  near  Port  Lagos,  coast  of  Bulgaria,  Dec.  1, 
1916.  Escaped  from  Phihppopolis  Prison  Camp  Aug.  28,  1918.  Recaptured 
at  Chepelari  Sept.  8,  1918. 

WILLLiM  FREAM. 

Articled  to  Ralph  Fream,  of  Gloucester.  Served  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt. 
Gloucestershire  Regt. 

HERBERT  FREEDMAN. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Morton,  of  Sunderland.  Joined  March  7, 1917,  as  Gunner 
in  Durham  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  transferred  to  No.  3  Siege  Artillery 
Reserve  Brigade  Nov.  1917,  and  to  176th  Siege  Battery  Feb.  1918.  Served 
with  the  Italian  Expeditionary  Force. 

ADOLPHUS  HYMAN  FREEMAN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1915,  practising  at  17  Cork  Street,  W.  Joined  March  1, 1916, 
as  Rifleman,  3/16  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles), 
promoted  Lance-Corporal  July  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  (M.T.)  Oct.  23,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1918.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France  and  Belgium. 

GEORGE  HERBERT  FREEMAN. 

Admitted  April  1906,  practising  at  23  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Dec. 
1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Aug.  28,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1918, 
Capt.  and  Adjutant  March  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.B.E.     Served  in  Salonica. 

GODFREY  JOHN  TILLEARD  FREEMAN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905,  practising  at  30  &  31  Clement's  Lane,  E.C.  Joined 
Dec.  20,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps,  became  Cadet  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  Nov.  1918.     Served  in  France  May  1916  to  Nov.  1918. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  FREEMAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1899.  Member  of  Brook,  Freeman  &  Batley,  of  Hudders- 
field.  Joined  Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Duke  of  WelHngton's  Regt.,  afterwards 
transferred  to  2nd  Garrison  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry. 
Served  in  France  Jan.  to  May.  1917.  Discharged  Oct.  25,  1917,  as  a  result  of 
illness  contracted  on  Active  Service. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  199 

JOHN  GUY  FREEMAN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Member  of  A.  G.  Freeman  &  Son,  of  20  Copthall 
Avenue,  E.C.  Joined  March  1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps. 
Served  in  France.     Discharged  Dec.  1917. 

ROBERT  CLIFFORD  FREEIVIAN. 

Articled  to  C.  R.  Freeman,  of  30a  George  Street,  Hanover  Square,  W. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  12th  Batt.  London  Regt.  (T.F.),  in  command 
1st  London  Divisional  Signal  Coy.  Royal  Engineers  (T.F.)  Aug.  1914,  transferred 
with  unit  to  29th  Division  Jan.  1915,  acted  as  O.C.  29th  Divisional  Signal 
Coy.  at  Gallipoli  April  to  Aug.  1915,  invalided  (dysentery)  Aug.  1915, 
Instructor  in  Signal  Service  Training  Centre  Jan.  to  April  1916,  Inspector  of 
Signalling,  Scottish  Command,  May  to  Nov.  1916,  Staff  Course,  Cambridge, 
Nov.  to  Dec.  1916,  G.S.O.III.  Fourth  Garrison,  Edinburgh,  Jan.  to  Nov.  1917, 
Staff  attachments  and  employed  with  2nd  Army  Signal  Coy.,  France,  Nov.  1917 
to  June  1918,  G.S.O.III.  31st  Division  June  1918  to  April  1919.  Awarded  M.C. 
and  Belgian  Croix  de  Guerre.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  March  1915, 
and  Aug.  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  GallipoH  April  to  Aug.  1915,  France  Nov.  1917 
to  April  1919. 

RUSSELL  JOURDAN  FREEMAN. ! 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Member  of  John  Newton  &  Sons,  of  27  Clement's 
Lane,  E.C.     Served  as  Bombardier,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

SAMUEL  FREEMAN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  HaUfax.  Joined  Sept.  17,  1918,  as 
Victualling  Assistant,  Royal  Navy.  Served  at  Home  (at  Portsmouth  Royal 
Naval  Barracks). 

WALTER  HANSON  FREEMAN. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Coles,  of  Wakefield.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
5th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  prom.oted  Lieut.  Oct.  1914,  Temp. 
Capt.  Sept.  1915,  Substantive  Capt.  June  1916,  A/Major  Oct.  1918.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  April  1915,  in  France 
and  Flanders  April  1915  to  March  1919,  and  in  Germany  March  to  Dec. 
1919. 

WALTER  KINGSON  FREETH. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Gilbert,  of  4  Walbrook,  E.C.  Served  as  Capt.,  12th 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

ALFRED  CYRIL  FRENCH. 

Articled  to  F.  H.  Pepper,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Sept.  27,  1917,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court,  O.T.C.,  subsequently  became  Cadet,  Royal  Artillery, 
and  after  demobihsation  gazetted  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 
Served  at  Home. 

ROBERT  MASON  JACKSON  FRENCH. 

Articled  to  J.  M.  French,  of  Boscombe.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut., 
3rd  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Capt.  Feb.  1915,  attached  to  2nd 
Batt.  Aug.  1914  to  Sept.  1915,  and  to  1st  Batt.  Sept.  1915.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  at  Loos.     Died  from  wounds  Feb.  19,  1916. 


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WILLIA:M  GORDON  FRENCH. 

Admitted  June  1909,  practising  at  Bolton,  Lanes.  Joined  Dec.  3,  1915, 
as  2nd  Class  Air-;Meehanic,  Royal  Flying  Corps,  subsequently  promoted  1st  Class 
Air-Mechanic  Royal  Air  Force.     Served  at  Home. 

GILBERT  RAPER  FRERE. 

Articled  to  A.  F.  Foster,  of  28  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Aug. 
1914,  as  Private,  Public  Schools  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  The  Rifle 
Brigade  Sept.  1915,  appointed  Adjutant  Oct.  1915,  promoted  Capt.  shortly 
before  his  death.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded  Oct.  26,  1915,  at 
Laventie,  and  died  the  evening  of  the  same  day  at  the  Casualty  Clearing  Station 
at  Merville,  where  he  was  buried. 

PHILIP  BEAUMONT  FRERE. 

!-?:«  Articled  to  L.  C.  Cholmeley,  of  28  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined 
Aug.  3,  1914,  as  Rifleman,  Inns  of  Court,  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut. 
8th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  Sept.  12,  1914,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Dec.  1914, 
2nd  Lieut.  (Regulars)  1st  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  Aug.  4,  1916,  Lieut,  and 
Adjutant  Dec.  1916,  Temp.  Capt.  Aug.  1917.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  June  1915  to  June  1918. 
Wounded  June  20,  1918. 

LEONARD  MICHAEL  FRIEND. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907,  practising  at  167  Sej^nour  Place,  W.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers, 

CHARLES  PERCIVAL  FRIPP. 

Articled  to  G.  P.  Fripp,  of  Oldham.  Served  as  Private,  7th  Batt.  King's 
Liverpool  Regt.  (T.). 

GEORGE  CHRISTIE  FRIPP. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  Fripp  &  Son,  of  Oldham.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  and  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

WILLIAM  THOMAS  FRODSHAM. 

Articled  to  J.  Frodsham,  of  St.  Helens.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
2/5  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1918.  Served  in 
France.     Kifled  in  action  at  Delville  Wood  Sept.  9,  1916. 

ALFRED  FROST. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Frost,  of  Birmingham.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Guards 
Machine  Gun  Regt. 

GEORGE  CHARLES  LOVELL  FRY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1887,  practising  at  74  Coleman  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Aug.  4, 1914,  as  Transport  Sergeant,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  Staff  Lieut.  Special  List  as  Railway  Transport  Officer 
April  6,  1916,  promoted  1st  Class  May  1917.     Served  in  France  throughout. 

THEODORE  PENROSE  FRY. 

Articled  to  Percy  Corder,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Joined  Nov.  6,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  June 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  201 

1916,  Capt.  Jan.  1919.,  Instructor  VI.  Corps  School,  B.E.F.,  Oct.  1917  to 
Feb.  1919.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded  at  Ypres  Dec.  25, 
1915. 

WILLIAIM  HENRY  FRY. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  Larcome,  of  Portsmouth.  Enlisted  as  Private  in  the 
Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  at  the  outbreak  of  War,  and  shortly  after- 
wards gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  13th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  Went  to  Gallipoli 
1915  and  remained  there  until  the  evacuation,  then  went  to  Egypt  and  finally 
to  France.  Seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Killed  in  action  May  26,  1917. 

ROBERT  LEO  FULFORD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910,  in  practice  at  33  Bedford  Street,  W.C.  Joined 
Aug.  28,  1914,  as  Private,  in  Infantry.  Later  gazetted  Capt.  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps.     Discharged  Aug.  1918. 

ALAN  LINDSEY  FULLALOVE. 

Articled  to  G.  S.  Ritchie,  of  Burnley.  Joined  Feb.  1916,  as  Sub-Lieut., 
Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  in  H.M.S.  Columnbella,  in  10th 
Cruiser  Squadron,  and  in  H.M.S.  Courageous,  Flag-ship  of  Vice- Admiral,  Light 
Cruiser  Force. 

ALFRED  WALTER  FRANCIS  FULLER. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Managing  Clerk  with  Steadman,  Van  Praagh  & 
Gaylor,  of  4  Suffolk  Street,  Pall  Mall  East,  S.W.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  Oxford  and 
Bucks  Light  Infantry  March  17,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  Capt.  Jan. 
1916,  attached  Tank  Corps  Jan.  1917,  rejoined  Regt.  April  1917,  XII.  Corps 
Trench  Mortar  Officer  and  Commandant  of  T.M.  School  Jan.  to  Sept.  1918. 
Rejoined  Regt.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  June  1917,  Macedonia  (Serbia 
and  Bulgaria)  June  1917  to  Jan.  1919  with  7th  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light 
Infantry. 

GORDON  HOWARD  FULLER. 

Articled  to  Ernest  A.  Fuller,  of  37  Essex  Street,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914, 
as  Private,  5th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Oxford  and  Bucks 
Light  Infantry  Jan.  1917,  and  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  March  1918.  Served 
in  India  and  France.     Killed  south  of  Arras  July  7,  1918. 

EDWARD  ARTHUR  CRAIG  FULTON. 

Articled  to  C.  S.  Fisher,  of  3  Field  Court,  Gray's  Inn.  Joined  Aug.  6,  1914, 
as  Private,  2nd  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  gazetted  Capt.  3rd  B;itt. 
Highland  Light  Infantry.  Served  at  Malta  1914,  in  France  1915  to  1917,  and 
in  India  1918  to  1919.     Accidentally  wounded  at  La  Gorgue  Oct.  25,  1915. 

GEORGE  KOBERWEIN  FULTON. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Member  of  Hamilton  Fulton  &  Son,  of  Salisbury. 
Joined  Feb.  1915,  as  Lieut.,  Wiltshire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  attained  the 
rank  of  Lieut. -Col.  9th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Three  times  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
April  14,  1918. 


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CLEMENT  BARRINGTON  FURMSTON. 

Articled  to  W.  M.  Wilson,  of  Alfreton,  Derbyshire.  Enlisted  Nov.  1914, 
as  Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  and  on  Sept.  5,  1916,  obtained  com- 
mission as  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Killed  in  action  at  Arras  April  9, 
1917. 

ARTHUR  SANDERSON  FURNISS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Member  of  Girbord  &  Co.,  of  Rotherham.  Joined 
Aug.  6,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  May  1915.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  and  taken 
prisoner  at  Beaumont  Hamel  Feb.  22,  1917. 

JOHN  JAMES  FYFFE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Elhson  &  Fyffe,  of  Sheffield.  Joined 
Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  and  subsequenetly  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Served  at  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and 
France.     Killed  in  action  in  France  in  1916. 

LEONARD  WILLIAM  FYSON. 

Articled  to  B.  E.  White,  of  52  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  17,  1915, 
as  Private,  2nd  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company  (Infantry).  Commissioned  as 
2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  Dec.  19,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France.     Wounded  July  18,  1917. 


CYRIL  LEICESTER  GABELL. 

Admitted  March  1913,  practising  at  Hereford.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
2nd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

VICTOR  JOHN  GADBAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904.  Member  of  Downie  &  Gadban,  of  Alton,  Hants, 
Served  as  Temp.  Capt.,  Labour  Corps. 

JOSEPH  HENRY  GAIN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905,  practising  at  Painters  Hall,  Little  Trinity  Lane,  E.C» 
Served  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps. 

THOMAS  ALAN  GAINSFORD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  Member  of  Webster  &  Co.,  of  Sheffield.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

THOMAS  GAIR. 

Articled  to  Sir  Harcourt  E.  Clare,  of  Preston.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  1916.  Served  in  France  Feb. 
to  Sept.  1917.     Killed  at  Ypres  Sept.  9,  1917. 

ANTHONY  RICHARD  GALE. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  11  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Nov.  12,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Army 
Ordnance  Corps  Jan.  22,  1915,  promoted  A /Capt.  Feb.  1916,  Temp.  Capt.  Oct. 
1917,  A/Major  Jan.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home 
Nov.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  and  in  France  Jan.  1915  to  Oct.  1919. 


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LIONEL  ERNEST  BRADLEY  GALE. 

Admitted  June  1905,  practising  at  Poole,  Dorset.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.),  attached  68th  Labour  Company. 

REGINALD  ALBERT  BRADLEY  GALE. 

Admitted  May  1914,  practised  at  Basingstoke.  Served  as  Cadet.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 

JOHN  RUSSELL  GALES. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Landor  &  Barrows,  of  Wolver- 
hampton. Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  (S.R.)  Batt.  Durham 
Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1919,  Staff  July  1915  to  Feb.  1917. 
Awarded  the  M.B.E.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders  and  with  Army  of 
Occupation.     Wounded  Sept.  20,  1914. 

HAROLD  EDWIN  GALLAHER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906,  of  Sutton,  Surrey.  Joined  May  21,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  15th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Civil  Service  Rifles)  (T.F.),  promoted 
Lieut.  Sept.  1916,  Staff  Lieut.  A.C.M.A.  No.  29  Area  July  1918,  Staff  Capt. 
March  1919.     Served  in  France  May  to  Nov.  1916. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  GALLOP. 

Admitted  Sept.  1905,  practising  at  4  Great  Winchester  Street,  E.C.  Served 
at  Home  as  Capt.,  Hertfordshire  Regt. 

LIONEL  RICHMOND  GALSWORTHY. 

Articled  to  C.  W.  Cross,  of  34  Copthall  Avenue,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  5,  1914, 
as  Private,  3rd  (City  of  London)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Commissioned  as  2nd 
Lieut.  15th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  Dec.  9,  1914,  transferred  to  Royal  Field 
Artillery  Sept.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  Served  in  France  Nov.  1915 
to  Oct.  1918. 

CHARLES  LANCELOT  GAMBLE. 

Admitted  April  1909.  Of  East  Moulsey.  Joined  Aug.  12,  1914,  as  Lieut., 
Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  promoted  to  Lieut.-Commander.  Awarded 
Croix  de  Guerre  with  Palms  (French). 

JOHN  HUNTER  GAMBLE. 

Admitted  April  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  John  Gamble,  of  95  and  97 
Finsbury  Pavement,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1916,  as  Private,  3rd  Batt.  Essex 
Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lance-Corporal,  transferred  Army  Pay 
Corps  as  Private  Dec.  1917,  promoted  Corporal  Dec.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  CHARLES  BLAGDON  GAMLEN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1910.  Member  of  Morrell,  Peel  &  Gamlen,  of  Oxford. 
Joined  Oct.  1914  Oxford  University  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3/4  Batt. 
Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry  May  1915,  promoted  Lieut,  and  Adjutant 
Jan.  1916,  Lieut.  1/4  Batt.  Aug.  1916  to  Feb.  1919,  Staff  Capt.  General  Head- 
quarters, Italy,  Feb.  to  April  1919.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France 
1916  to  1917,  Belgium  1917,  Italy  1917  to  1919. 

BEAUMONT  EDWARD  ZACHARIE  GAMMELL. 

Articled  to  P.  C.  Conway,  of  81  Rochester  Row,  Westminster,  S.W. 
Joined  March  2,  1916,  as  3rd  Air-Mechanic,  Royal  Flying  Corps.     Gazetted 


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2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  Aug.  16,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1918. 
Served  in  France.  Killed  Sept.  4,  1918,  by  anti-aircraft  guns  over  Germany. 
Died  in  German  hands. 

HmiPHREY  PERCIVAL  GAMON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Member  of  Gamon,  Farmer  &  Co,  of  Chester. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Major  July  1917,  Staff  Capt.  3rd  Echelon  G.H.Q.,  France,  Aug.  1916,  D.A.A.G. 
Nov.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  (Military 
Division).  Served  in  France  March  1915  to  March  1919,  except  for  about  a 
month  in  Egypt. 

HENRY  GANDY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Northumbrian  (North  Riding)  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  Nov.  1918. 

IRVING  BLANCHARD  GANE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Member  of  Gane  &  Tattersall,  of  106  Leadenhall 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  10,  1914,  as  Private,  1st  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Com- 
pany (Infantry).  Subsequently  Capt.,  General  Staff  Officer  3rd  Grade,  G.H.Q., 
E.E.F.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1914  to  May  1915  and  June  to  Dec.  1916, 
Salonica  Dec.  1916  to  June  1917,  and  Palestine  June  1917  to  March  1919. 

JOSEPH  HERBERT  GARBUTT. 

Articled  to  H.  E.  Harrowell,  of  York.  Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  Private, 
28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Sergeant  Oct. 
1918.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Killed  in  action  at  Harvengt,  Belgium, 
Nov.  10,  1918. 

FREDERICK  GARD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Member  of  Albert  Gard  &  Co.,  of  Devonport. 
Joined  May  17,  1915,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt. 
Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry  Aug.  21,  1915,  and  subsequently  transferred 
to  1st  Batt.,  promoted  Lieut.,  for  some  time  held  acting  rank  of  Capt.  Served 
at  Home,  in  Flanders,  and  on  the  Italian  Front.     Killed  in  action  June  28,  1918. 

STEPHEN  ALFRED  GARD. 

Admitted  Aug.  1908.  Member  of  Gard,  Rook  &  Co.,  of  2  Gresham  Build- 
ings, E.C.  Joined  Aug.  24,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  promoted 
Lance-Sergeant  Sept.  1915.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders.  Killed  in 
action  Sept.  30,  1915.     Buried  at  Brandhoek,  near  Poperinghe. 

ERIC  GORDON  GARDINER. 

Articled  to  E.  J.  Stokes,  of  10  Serjeant's  Inn,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  to  the  Lancashire  Fusiliers  March  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1915,  Adjutant  April  1916,  Capt.  Sept.  1916,  Second  in 
Command  and  Major  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.     Served  in  France. 

EDGAR  FREDERIC  GARDNER. 

Admitted  May  1882,  practising  at  Newport,  Mon.  Joined  Feb.  2,  1915, 
as  Lieut.,  4th  Supernumerary  Coy.  1st  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.,  promoted 


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Capt.  on  Supernumerary  Staff,  Chester,  and  Adjutant  and  Supervising  Officer 
(Acting)  June  1915.     Served  at  Home.     Discharged  invalided  June  17, 1917. 

GEORGE  DUDLEY  GARDNER. 

Articled  to  G.  J.  E.  Gardner,  of  Northallerton.  Joined  Sept.  12,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1915,  trans- 
ferred Royal  Flying  Corps  July  1915,  Capt.  Jan.  1917,  Major  March  1918. 
Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Italian  Silver 
Medal  for  Military  Valour.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Nov.  1915,  and 
Dec.  1918  to  April  1919,  Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  July  1916,  Macedonia  July  1916 
to  July  1918. 

GEORGE  HERBERT  GARDNER. 

Admitted  Sept.  1907.  Mtmber  of  Chalmers-Hunt  &  Gardner,  of  Ware. 
Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as  Private,  2/28  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).     Subsequently  became  Major. 

PHILIP  MURRAY  GARDNER. 

Admitted  July  1912.  Member  of  Loxley,  Gardner  &  Sewell,  of  1  &  2 
Bucklersbury,  E.G.  Joined  March  4,  1915,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve,  Paymaster  Sub-Lieut.  April  1916.  Served  in  H.M.Y. 
Boadicea  II  in  Italy. 

ROBERT  GARDNER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1904.  Member  of  E.  G.  Clark  &  Gardner,  of  Lancaster. 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.  Killed  in  action 
May  5,  1915. 

RONALD  ARTHUR  GARDNER. 

Articled  to  E.  H.  Clutterbuck,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  Oct.  26,  1915,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  appointed  A /Corporal  Nov.  1915,  but 
appointment  cancelled  May  1916  on  volunteering  for  overseas  service.  Served 
at  Home  Oct.  1915  to  June  1916  and  July  1917  to  March  1919,  Salonica  June 
1916  to  July  1917. 

WILLIAM  GARNER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1892,  practising  at  Hounslow.  Served  as  Lieut. -Col.  com- 
manding 8th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  C.M.G.  Served  in  Gibraltar,  France,  and  Home.  Wounded  2nd  Battle 
of  Ypres  May  1915.     Discharged  June  15,  1917. 

ABRAHAM  LANGHORN  GARNETT. 

Admitted  May  1878,  practising  at  Burnley.  Joined  Aug.  13,  1914,  as 
Lieut,  and  Quartermaster,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps,  Capt,  and  Quarter- 
master Aug.  1917.  Served  at  Home.  Discharged  owing  to  disability  June  4, 
1918. 

NORTON  ROCHFORT  GARRARD. 

Articled  to  T.  E.  Baker,  of  16  Serjeant's  Inn,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1,  1914, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  North  Stafford- 
shire Regt.  Nov.  6,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  (Temp.)  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  (Temp.) 
May  1916,  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  June  to  Oct.  1917  and  July  to  Sept.  1918. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 


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JOHN  WHITMORE  GARRATT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1891,  practising  at  Cradlev  Heath,  Staffs.  Served  as  Lieut. - 
Col.,  7th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  till  Nov.  1914,  after  on  T.F.R.  for  18 
months,  and  then  G.S.O.  for  15  months  in  France  and  Belgium.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium.      Wounded  at  Nieppe  April  10,  1918. 

DOUGLAS  THORNBURY  GARRETT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909.  Member  of  Parker,  Garrett  &  Co.,  of  St.  Michael's 
Rectory,  Cornhill,  E.C.  Joined  Feb.  1917,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve.     Served  at  Home,  Gibraltar,  and  Sierra  Leone,  West  Africa. 

NEWSON  LITTLEWOOD  GARRETT. 

Admitted  Aug.   1893.     Member  of  Minchin,  Garrett  &  Co.  of   4  Stone 
Buildings,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.     Joined  April  1915,  as  Capt.,  King's  Royal 
Rifle  Corps,  promoted  Major  Oct.  1915.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
DAVID  LYNDSAY  STRANACK  GASKELL. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Mears,  of  Great  George  Street,  Westminster,  S.W. 
Joined  Aug.  10,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  and  subsequently 
promoted  Corporal.  Gazetted  Lieut,  in  Cardiff  City  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt. 
May  20, 1915.  Served  in  France.  Fatally  wounded  at  bomb  practice  Jan.  11, 
1916.     Died  Jan.  12,  1916. 

JOHN  CLARE  GASKELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Member  of  Gaskell  &  Co.,  of  Cardiff.  Mobilised 
Aug.  8,  1914,  as  Major,  2nd  Welsh  Brigade,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted 
Brigade-Major  53rd  Division  Sept.  1915,  Lieut-Colonel  commanding  261st 
Brigade  April  1917  and  262nd  Brigade  July  1917  to  end  of  War.  Once  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1915,  France  1915  to  1916, 
Egypt,  Palestine,  and  Syria  1916  to  1919. 

WALLISS  WILLIAM  PENN  GASKELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practised  at  214  Bishopsgate,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4, 
1914,  with  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  24th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (The  Queen's)  Feb.  1915.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
at  La  Bassee  May  25-26,  1915. 

ARTHUR  JOHN  GATELEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Stephen  Gateley  &  Sons,  of  Birming- 
ham. Joined  Dec.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  promoted 
Capt.  Oct.  1915,  transferred  to  Cheshire  Regt.  Jan.  1916.  Served  at  Home 
Dec.  1914  to  Jan.  1916  and  Nov.  1916  to  April  1918,  Salonica  Jan.  to  Nov. 
1916,  France  April  1918  to  March  1919. 

ERIC  CHASEMORE  GATES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Pontifex,  Pitt  &  Johnson, 
16  St.  Andrew  Street,  Holborn  Circus,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  13th 
Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Kensington),  promoted  Capt.  Feb.  1915. 
Killed  at  Neuve  Chapelle  March  12,  1915. 

KENNETH  FRANCIS  DRAKE  GATTIE. 

Articled  to  J.  B.  Watford,  of  Abergavenny.  Served  as  Capt.,  3rd  Batt. 
Monmouthshire  Regt.,   subsequently  transferred  to   South   Wales  Borderers, 


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appointed    Brigade-Major    April    1919.      Twice    mentioned    in    Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  M.C. 

ALFRED  GAUKROGER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  Bradford,  Yorks.  Joined  Dec.  28, 
1917,  as  Paymaster  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  in 
Bermuda,  West  Indies,  Dec.  1917  to  Dec.  1918,  as  Assistant  to  Naval  Intelli- 
gence Officer.     Secretary  to  Senior  Naval  Officer,  Leith,  Jan.  to  July  31,  1919. 

CUTHBERT  VIVIAN  GAULTER. 

Articled  to  J.  R.  Gaulter,  of  Fleetwood.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
1/5  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915, 
attached  Royal  Flying  Corps  Dec.  1916.   Served  in  France.   Killed  May  17, 1917. 

ARTHUR  GAUNT. 

Admitted  May  1910.  Assistant  to  the  Solicitor,  North  Eastern  Railway 
Company,  York.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  (P.W.O.) 
West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914,  Capt.  June  1916.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served 
in  France.     Wounded  at  Thiepval  Sept.  28,  1916. 

jviaurice  gaunt. 

Admitted  April  1902.  Member  of  Gaunt,  Foster  &  Co.,  of  Bradford. 
Joined  June  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  July  1917.     Served  in  Salonica  and  at  Malta. 

ROBERT  ROBINS  GEACH. 

Admitted  March  1912.  Member  of  Burley  &  Geach,  of  Petersfield,  Hants. 
Served  as  Sergeant,  2nd  London  Sanitary  Company. 

HENRY  LESLIE  GEARE. 

Admitted  May  1909.  Member  of  Geare  &  Son,  of  27  Chancery  Lane, 
W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Colour-Sergeant,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Aug.  18,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  May 
1915,  Temp.  Capt.  July  1915,  Capt.  June  1916,  attached  to  56th  Division, 
B.E.F.,  July  1916,  and  to  The  Rifle  Brigade  Aug.  1918,  posted  to  1st  Batt.  King's 
Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  Nov.  1918  and  to  6th  Batt.  Royal  Inniskilling 
Fusiliers  Dec.  1918,  appointed  D.A.P.M.  of  Sub-Area  of  No.  4  Area  April 
1919.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and  Belgium. 

THOMAS  GEE. 

Articled  to  Gee  &  Edwards,  of  Swansea.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
Glamorganshire  Yeomanry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  120th  Brigade  Royal  Field 
Artillery  March  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  (Temp.  Capt.)  1916.  Resigned  owing 
to  ill-health  with  rank  of  Temp.  Lieut.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Contracted  diseased  hip  whilst  in  France. 
Died  Nov.  13,  1917. 

WILLIAM  CHARLES  COLEMAN  GELL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Parker,  Garrett  &  Co.,  of 
St.  Michael's  Rectory,  Cornhill,  E.C.  Embodied  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Warwickshire  Regt.,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Aug.  1914,  Temp.  Capt.  June 
1915,   Substantive  Capt.  June  1916,  Temp.  Major  Oct.   1916,  A/Lieut.-Col. 


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May  1917,  Temp.  Lieut. -Col.  Jan.  1919.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  D.S.O.  and  Bar,  M.C.,  Itahan  Silver  Medal  for  Valour  and  Brevet 
Majority.  Served  in  France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  and  in  Italy  Nov.  1917 
to  Feb.  1919.     Wounded  July  1,  1916. 

CHARLES  WEBSTER  REDE  GELL-WOOLLEY. 

Admitted  July  1887.  Member  of  FitzHugh,  Woolley,  Baines  &  Woolley, 
of  Brighton.  Recommissioned  as  Major,  Territorial  Force  General  Reserve^ 
Nov.  19,  1914,  served  -with  National  Reserve  from  Nov.  1914  to  Oct.  1915 
when  transferred  to  Territorial  Royal  Field  Artillery  (Home  Counties  Brigade). 
Served  at  Home. 

FRANCIS  STEWART  GENTLE. 

Articled  to  J.  K.  Nye  &  Donne,  of  Brighton.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Sussex 
Yeomanry  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916. 

ARTHUR  LLEWELYN  GEORGE. 

Articled  to  William  George,  of  Llanidloes.  Joined  April  10, 1917,  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps.  Died  at  Port  Tewfik,  Suez,  Egypt,  on  June  28, 
1919. 

EDWARD  HERBERT  GEORGE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904,  practising  at  Mountain  Ash.  Served  with  the 
Royal  Air  Force  at  Malta. 

THOMAS  HENRY  MARSHALL  GEORGE. 

Admitted  July  1907,  of  Trowbridge,  Wilts.  Joined  Nov.  18,  1914,  as 
Capt.,  4th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.     Served  at  Home. 

HENRY  HAMILTON  GEPP. 

Admitted  Jan.  1902,  practising  at  Chelmsford.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914, 
as  Capt.,  Essex  Yeomanry.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Nov.  1916,  and  in 
France  Nov.  1916  to  March  1919. 

DOUGLAS  STUART  GIBBON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908.  Member  of  Ward,  Perks  &  Terry,  of  85  Gracechurch 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  O.T.C.  in  Jan.  1915.  Subsequently  became  a  Capt., 
Royal  Welch  Fusiliers.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Wounded  outside  Hohenzollern 
Redoubt  Dec.  1915,  and  in  Salonica  March  1917. 

EVAN  REES  GIBBON. 

Articled  to  F.  L.  Cooper,  of  Newport,  Mon.  Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  Private, 
South  Wales  Borderers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  1916,  promoted 
Capt.  1917.     Served  in  France. 

JOHN  ERRINGTON  GIBBS. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Member  of  John  E.  Gibbs  &  Co.  of  32  King  Street 
Cheapside,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company, 
promoted  Lance-Corporal  March  1915,  Sergeant  July  1916,  Company  Sergeant- 
Major  Instructor  Nov.  1917.     Served  in  France  at  G.H.Q.,  Lewis  Gun  School. 

ALAN  GRAEME  GIBSON. 

Admitted  April  1900.  Member  of  Stibbard,  Gibson  &  Co.  and  Thomas 
Cooper  &  Co.,  of  21  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.     Joined  Jan.  2,  1915,  as  Lieut., 


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Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.),  promoted  Capt.  Feb.  1915,  Major  May 
1918.  Served  in  Salonica  Oct.  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  and  in  Palestine  Dec.  1917 
to  Nov.  1918. 

BERTRAND  DEES  GIBSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1899.  Member  of  W.  &  B.  D.  Gibson,  of  Hexham. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut. - 
Col.  Aug.  1915,  with  command  of  the  4th  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers 
(T.F.),  and  Substantive  Lieut. -Col.  March  1918.  Four  times  mentioned  in 
^Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  the  Croix  de  Guerre  with  Palms  (French). 
Served  in  France  from  April  1915  to  May  1918.  Killed  May  27,  1918,  near 
Craonne. 

CHARLES  OSBORNE  PROVIS  GIBSON. 

Admitted  Oct  1904.  Member  of  Clayton  &  Gibson,  of  Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne.  Joined  Sept.  16,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.  1/4  Batt.  Northumberland 
Fusiliers  (T.F.),  and  attained  rank  of  Capt.,  Staff  Capt.  62nd  Infantry  Brigade 
Nov.  1915,  Staff  Capt.  Cromarty  Garrison  Jan.  1919.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  M.C.     Wounded  in  France  May  27,  1918. 

FRANK  ARCHIBALD  STANLEY  GIBSON. 

Articled  to  F.  G.  Allen,  of  Portsmouth.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Gunner, 
Hampshire  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.).  Subsequently  became  Lieut.  6th 
Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.).  Served  in  India  and  Mesopotamia  June  1916  to 
March  1919. 

GEOFFREY  CURREY  GIBSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Andrew,  Wood,  Purves  &  Sutton, 
of  8  &  9  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Commissioned  Aug.  15,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  (S.R.),  transferred  to  1st  Batt.  May  1915, 
promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  Capt.  Sept.  1916,  invalided 
to  England  Dec.  1915,  employed  Secretariat,  Ministry  of  Munitions,  April 
to  June  1916,  rejoined  3rd  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  June  1916,  Assistant  Adjutant 
June  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  rejoined  1st  Batt.  in  France  April  1917,  attached 
Headquarters  29th  Division  June  to  Sept.  1917,  invalided  to  England  Sept. 
1917,  attached  Headquarters  Harwich  Garrison  Oct.  to  Dec.  1917,  Staff 
Capt.  12th  Cyclist  Brigade,  Canterbury,  Oct.  1918  to  March  1919.  Served 
in  Gallipoli  and  France.     Wounded  in  Gallipoli  June  6,  1915. 

JAMES  BAILY  GIBSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901,  practising  at  Beaconsfield,  Bucks.  Joined  British 
Red  Cross  Society  Oct.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  June  1916,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Awarded  the  M.B.E. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Oct.  1914  to  May  1915,  Salonica  Aug.  to  Nov. 
1916,  Home  Nov.  1916  to  Feb.  1919. 

NORMAN  GIBSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905.  Member  of  Goy,  Cross  &  Co.,  of  Barton- on-Humber, 
Scunthorpe,  and  Winterton.  Joined  July  10,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt. 
East  Yorkshire  Regt,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.,  posted  to  7th  Batt. 
when  serving  in  France.     Served  at  Home  July  1915  to  Nov  1916,  Bermuda 


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Nov.  1916  to  May  1917,  France  July  1917  to  March  1918.     Taken  prisoner 
near  Le  Sars,  March  25,  1918.     Repatriated  Dec.  18,  1919. 

REGINALD  GIBSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  W.  R.  &  R.  Gibson,  of  Newcastle-upon 
Tyne.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northumbrian  Divisional  Royal  Engineers, 
promoted  Lieut,  in  June  1916.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

THOMAS  GEORGE  GIBSON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  Of  the  Solicitor's  Department,  H.M.  Customs  & 
Excise,  London,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  25,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  15th  Batt.  West 
Yorkshire  Regt.,  attained  the  rank  of  Major  in  Oct.  1916.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  March  1916,  France  March 
1916  to  April  1919.     Wounded  Aug.  20,  1916. 

WILLIAM  REGINALD  GIBSON. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Burnicle,  of  Sunderland.  Gazetted  as  Sub. -Lieut., 
Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  Jan.  11,  1916,  and  appointed  to  H.M.S. 
Victory  for  Royal  Naval  Division,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1917  (when  on 
Active  Service  appointed  to  the  Hood  Batt.  of  the  Royal  Naval  Division). 
Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders  Dec.  1916  to  Jan. 
1919.     Gassed  slightly. 

RONALD  GEORGE  GIBSON-ROBINSON. 

Articled  to  G.  A.  Baker,  of  Norfolk  House,  Laurence  Pountney  Hill,  E.C. 
Joined  Sept.  1916,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  Lance- 
Corporal  Dec.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt. 
Oct.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1919.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  on  the 
Somme  Aug.  8,  1918. 

CHARLES  SYDNEY  GIDDINS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1891.  Member  of  Holder  &  Wood,  of  6  Martin's  Lane, 
Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Able  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  (Anti- 
Aircraft  Corps). 

JOHN  GIDLEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1892,  practising  at  Chagford,  Devon.  Served  as  Capt., 
11th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt. 

LIONEL  EDWIN  GIFFEN. 

Articled  to  H.  C.  Turner,  of  80  Finsbury  Pavement,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  20, 
1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  25th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Aug.  8,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1916, 
Temp.  Capt.  May  1916,  Lieut.  March  1917,  Lieut.  Indian  Army  Reserve  1/50 
Kurman  Rifles  Feb.  1918,  Permanent  Capt.  Aug.  1919.  Served  at  Home, 
in  France  1917,  India  Dec.  1917  to  Nov.  1919.  Wounded  at  Arras  on  May  3, 
1917. 

BERTIE  JOHN  GILBERT. 

Admitted  June  1909,  practising  at  Southsea.  Joined  Feb.  1915  as  Capt., 
13th  Batt.  Warwickshire  Regt.,  transferred  to  1st  Garrison  Batt.  Oxford  and 
Bucks  Light  Infantry  and  went  to  India  in  autumn  1915.  Served  in 
Mesopotamia  R.A.O.C.  1918. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  211 

JOHN  CLIFFORD  WILSON  GILBERT. 

Admitted  March  1903.  Member  of  J.  Wilson-Gilbert  &  Co.,  of  Norwich. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  Home  Defence  Corps. 

LIONEL  ALFRED  GILBERT. 

Admitted  July  1905,  practising  at  Bognor.  Served  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt. 
Hampshire  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

THOMAS  NORMAN  GILBERT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1906.  Managing  Clerk  with  Barlow,  Barlow  «fc  Lyde,  of 
165  Fenchurch  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  4,  1915,  as  2nd  Air  Mechanic,  Royal 
Flying  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  Oct.  1,  1916,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  April  1917,  Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Served  at  Home,  Canada,  and  after 
Armistice  in  France  and  Germany. 

OSWALD  BISSILL  GILES. 

Admitted  March  1911.  Member  of  Millington,  Simpsons  &  Giles,  of  Boston, 
Lines.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  North  Midland  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery,  promoted  Capt.  Jan.  1915,  Major  1918,  commanding  a  4*5 
Howitzer  Battery  in  95th  Brigade,  21st  Division,  from  June  1918  to  the 
Armistice.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Feb.  1915  to  March  1917,  in- 
valided home  March  1917  to  May  1918,  in  France  May  1918  until  after  the 
Armistice. 

RUSSELL  ROSS  GILES. 

Articled  to  H.  R.  Giles,  of  3  &  4  Clement's  Inn,  W.C.     Joined  Oct.  10, 

1914,  as  Private,  8th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2/12  Batt. 
London  Regt.  March  15,  1915,  with  the  2nd  London  Divisional  Cyclists  May 

1915,  and  with  60th  Divisional  Cyclist  Company  June  1915,  promoted  A /Lieut. 
Dec.  1915,  Lieut.  June  1916,  with  the  18th  Cyclist  Batt.  Jan.  1917,  promoted 
Capt.  June  1917,  with  the  Household  Machine  Gun  Brigade  Aug.  1918, 
and  the  HI.  Corps  Cyclist  Batt.  as  A/Major  Feb.  1919.  Served  at  Home  to 
June  1916,  thereafter  France  and  Belgium.  Slightly  gassed,  subsequently 
pneumonia. 

HUMPHREY  LIVINGSTON  GILKS. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Member  of  Moon,  Gilks  &  Moon,  of  24  Bloomsbury 
Square,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914,  Capt.  June  1915,  seconded 
as  Adjutant  to  1/6  Batt.  City  of  London  Regt.  Feb.  1916  to  Feb.  1918.  Served 
in  England  with  the  2nd  Artists  Rifles  until  Nov.  1918,  then  went  to  France 
again  and  served  with  the  1st  Artists  Rifles  until  Feb.  1919.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  England  Aug.  to  Oct.  1914 
and  Feb.  to  Nov.  1918,  France  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1918  and  Nov.  1918  to  Feb. 
1919.     Wounded  July  27,  1917. 

BASIL  EVERY  GILL. 

Articled  to  T.  H.  Gill,  of  Devonport.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
6th  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry.  Entered  Sandhurst  Dec.  1914, 
gazetted  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  May  12,  1915.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  Oct.  18,  1916. 


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CIL\RLES  TREVERBYN  GILL. 

Articled  to  F.  C.  Maples,  of  6  Frederick's  Place,  Old  Jewry,  E.C,  Joined 
Sept.  1914  as  Private,  16th  (Public  Schools)  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Received 
commission  in  April  1915  as  2nd  Lieut.  Manchester  Regt.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  July  1,  1915. 

CLAUDE  ARUNDEL  GILL. 

Articled  to  Alfred  Appleby,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Served  as  Corporal, 
24th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 

EDWIN  HENRY  GILL. 

Articled  to  H.  E.  Tudor,  of  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  25, 
1915,  as  Rifleman,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster 
Rifles).     Served  at  Home.     Discharged  June  16,  1916. 

JOHN  HENRY  GILL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1896.  Member  of  Hallett,  Creery  &  Co.,  of  Ashford,  Kent. 
Joined  Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs).  Com- 
missioned Temp.  Lieut.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.  Feb.  3,  1915,  promoted  Temp. 
Capt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  June  1915,  Temp.  Major  Dec.  1915,  A/Lieut.-Col. 
Labour  Corps  Dec.  1917,  relinquished  commission  Sept.  13,  1918,  on  account 
of  ill-health  contracted  on  Active  Service  and  granted  Hon.  rank  of  Major. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  D.S.O.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  March  31,  1916,  and  Aug.  31,  1917. 

ROBERT  HARWAR  GILL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1899.  Sole  Member  of  Wallace,  Gill  &  Son,  of  Knares- 
borough,  Yorks.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  10th  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's 
Regt.,  promoted  Major  1916.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  1915  to  1917  and  in 
Italy  1917  and  1918.     Twuce  wounded  Piave  Oct.  27,  1918. 

RICHARD  FRANCIS  GILLETT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  wdth  Adams  &  Colvile,  of 
5  Frederick's  Place,  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Joined  May  1915,  as  Private  (Motor 
Driver),  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Served  in  France.  Killed  in 
action  Aug.  7,  1916. 

WILLIAM  ALAN  GILLETT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Baileys,  Shaw  &  Gillett,  of  5  Berners 
Street,  W.  Served  as  Lieut. -Col.,  5th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  Awarded 
the  T.D.  Served  in  France  1916,  1918,  commanded  11th  Batt.  Somerset 
Light  Infantry  Sept.  1918  to  March  1919  in  France. 

HENRY  THOMAS  GILLING. 

Admitted  March  1889.  Member  of  Gilling  &  Goodfellow,  of  Cardiff. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Lieut. -Col.,  in  command  of  2nd  Welsh  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery,  subsequently  266th  Brigade,  then  267th  Brigade,  then  com- 
manded 343rd  Brigade  and  68th  Divisional  Ammunition  Column.  Awarded  the 
O.B.E.  (Military).  Served  at  Home,  France  (B.E.F.),  Egypt  (E.E.F.  Western 
Desert  and  Sinai). 


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FRANK  GILLSON. 

Admitted  March  1892,  practising  at  Fareham,  Hants.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  as  Capt.,  Hampshire  Royal  Horse  Artillery,  promoted  Major  June  1916. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  and  Ireland  till  March 
1917,  and  July  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  France  and  Flanders  March  to  July  1917, 
and  Feb.  to  Dec.  1918.     Wounded  July  8,  1917. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  GILMOUR. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practising  at  68  Aldermanbury,  E.C.  Joined 
Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt."  (Artists  Rifles), 
subsequently  became  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Wounded  at  Bullecourt 
(France)  May  15,  1917. 

DENNIS  BARTON  GINN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905.  Member  of  Ginn  &  Co.,  of  Cambridge.  Joined 
Sept.  8,  1914,  as  Trooper,  Lovat  Scouts.  Commissioned  in  Suffolk  Yeomanry 
March  3,  1915,  promoted  Capt.  July  1916.  Served  in  Dardanelles,  Egypt, 
Palestine,  and  France. 

HAROLD  ERNEST  GIRLING. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913,  practising  at  36  Furnival  Street,  Holborn,  E.C. 
Joined  Sept.  14,  1914,  as  Rifleman,  12th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Served  in 
France  March  to  May  1915.  Wounded  May  8,  1915.  Taken  prisoner  at  2nd 
Battle  of  Ypres  on  May  8,  1915.  Sent  to  Switzerland  for  internment  in  Aug. 
1916,  and  repatriated  in  Sept.  1917.     Discharged  Dec.  14,  1917. 

ISAAC  JOSEPH  GIRLING. 

Admitted  April  1914,  practising  at  Newcastle-on-T\Tie.  Joined  Sept.  7, 
1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  iVrtillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  (Reserve) 
Batt.  Prince  of  Wales's  North  Staffordshire  Regt.  Sept.  27,  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  9th  (Service)  Batt.  July  1,  1917.     Served  in  Flanders  and  France. 

HENRY  PATERSON  GISBORNE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  Munton,  Morris  &  Co.,  of  Temple 
Chambers,  Temple  Avenue,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Duke  of  Wellington's 
(West  Riding)  Regt. 

HUGH  MARSHALL  GISBY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1904.  Member  of  Gisby  &  Son,  of  Ware,  Herts.  Joined 
April  4,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  A/Sergeant 
Aug.  1916,  Sergeant  Dec.  1917.     Served  in  France  Sept.  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 

HARRY  NEVILLE  GITTINS. 

Admitted  May  1913.  Member  of  F.  &  H.  N.  Gittins,  of  Liverpool. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Lancashire  and  Cheshire  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  Jan.  1917.  Served  at  Home  till 
Sept.  1916,  and  in  France  Sept.  1916  to  March  1917.  Died  of  pneumonia  at 
Gezaincourt,  France,  March  20,  1917. 

ROBERT  PHILLOTT  GLADSTONE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901,  practised  at  Dartford,  Kent.  Served  as  Lieut., 
13th  Princess  Louise's  Kensington  Batt.  London  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  June 


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1916,   appointed  Deputy  Military  Governor  Sept.   1918.     Mentioned  in  Dis- 
patches. 

FRANK  GLANVIL  GLANFIELD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1903.  Member  of  Williams  &  Glanfield,  of  Lincoln. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  Territorial  Force  Reserve. 

PERCY  GLANFIELD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907,  practising  at  Torquay.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Dorset 
National  Reserve  (T.F.)  Jan.  1,  1915,  appointed  Appeal  Military  Representative 
of  Worcestershire  with  rank  of  Capt.  in  March  1916  and  held  that  appointment 
until  end  of  War. 

ARTHUR  GORDON  GLANVILLE. 

Admitted  June  1913.  Member  of  Glanville  &  Glanville,  of  Portsmouth. 
Joined  Oct.  21,  1914,  as  2nd.  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  pro- 
moted A /Lieut.  July  1915,  Substantive  Lieut.  June  1916,  A /Capt.  July  1917. 
Served  at  Home. 

WILLIAM  BRUCE  GLASSON. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Philip  Baker  &  Co.,  of 
BiiTningham.  Joined  Sept.  17,  1914,  as  Private,  15th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal 
Warwickshire  Regt.  Served  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  Dec.  1916.  Wounded 
slightly  July  1916;  dangerously  Sept.  1916,  Battle  of  the  Somme.  Died  as 
result  of  his  wounds  Feb.  24,  1919. 

ARTHUR  RIMINGTON  GLAZEBROOK. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Atkinson,  of  Leeds.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
7th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  (Leeds  Rifles)  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Oct. 

1915,  Capt.  June  1916.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France.     Wounded  Dec.  8,  1915. 

JOHN  JOSEPH  GLEDHILL. 

Admitted  April  1900.  Member  of  Eastwoods,  Sutcliffes,  Sager  &  Gledhill, 
of  Todmorden.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  6th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers 
(T.F.),  promoted  Major  1915,  Lieut. -Col.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  Egypt  Sept.  1914  to  April  1915,  Gallipoli  April  to  July  1915,  Home 

1916,  Sinai  and  Palestine  Aug.  1916  to  Dec.  1916,  America  April  to  Dec.  1918. 
Wounded  GallipoH  May  6,  1915. 

GEORGE  CROSFIELD  GLENNY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Of  Carhsle.  Served  as  Private,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

FRANCIS  GLOVER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  Francis  Glover  &  Son,  of  Bath.  Joined 
July  3,  1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  Lance- 
Corporal  Dec.  1917,  attached  481st  Siege  Battery,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 
Served  in  France. 

JOHN  GRENSIDE  GLOVER. 

Articled  to  T.  E.  Catterall,  of  Wakefield.  Joined  the  Yorkshire  Yeomanry 
as  a  Trooper,  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Own  Yorkshire 
Light  Infantry.     Killed  in  action. 


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WILLIAM  GREY  GLOVER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1896,  practising  at  St.  Mary's  Chambers,  14  St.  Mary 
Axe,  E.C.  Joined  March  16,  1916,  as  an  Ordinary  Seaman  in  Royal  Navy. 
Received  commission  as  Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  Naval  Trans- 
port Officer,  3rd  Grade,  June  6,  1918.  Served  in  H.M.S.  Pembroke  March 
to  April  1916,  H.M.S.  Vanguard  April  to  Nov.  1916  (present  at  the  Battle  of 
Jutland),  H.M.S.  Campanial^oY.  to  Dec.  1916,  Admiralty  (Trade  Division) 
Jan.  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  Naval  Transport  Office  Leith  July  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

lOAN  YN^R  GLYNTsE. 

Articled  to  J.  Glynne  Jones,  of  Bangor,  N.  Wales.  Joined  Nov.  1915,. 
as  Bombardier,  University  College  of  North  Wales  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Temp. 
2nd  Lieut.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Jan.  22,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917, 
Capt.  April  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and 
Italy.     Wounded  at  Hebuterne  March  1917. 

ERNEST  GODDARD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Member  of  Peacock  &  Goddard,  of  3  South  Square, 
Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1916  as  Officer  Cadet.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
1st  (H.S.)  Garrison  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.  1917,  Staff  Lieut.  (Intelligence 
Officer)  Headquarters,  Eastern  Command,  (1917  to  1919).  Awarded  the 
M.B.E.     Served  at  Home. 

LESLIE  ALLISON  GODFREE. 

Admitted  April  1907,  formerly  practising  at  Brighton.  Joined,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt. 
Aug.  1917,  appointed  Staff  Capt.  R.A.  Jan.  1919  (with  temp,  rank  of  Capt. 
in  the  Army).  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at 
Home  Oct.  1915  to  March  1917,  and  in  France  March  1917  to  end  of  War. 

CECIL  ARNOLD  GODFREY. 

Admitted  March  1906.  Member  of  Hind  &  Godfrey,  of  Nottingham. 
Joined  March  1916,  as  Private,  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry.  Com- 
missioned 2nd  Lieut.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  June  1916,  promoted 
Lieut.  Feb.  1917,  Capt.  April  1917,  appointed  Staff  Capt.  May  1918,  and  pro- 
moted Major  June  1919.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C,  and  the  Belgian  Chevalier  de  I'ordre  de  la  Couronne  and  Croix  de 
Guerre.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Aug.  1916  to  Nov.  1918. 

WILFRID  HENRY  GODFREY. 

Admitted  May  1904,  practising  at  4  &  5  West  Smithfield,  E.C.  Joined 
June  21,  1916,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (Yacht  Patrol), 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1917  (Auxiliary  Patrol),  Lieut,  (in  command)  M.L.  227 
June  1918.     Served  in  North  Sea. 

STEPHEN  GODLEE. 

Admitted  June  1911.  Member  of  Wragge  &  Co.,  of  Birmingham.  Joined 
Oct.  28,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  July  1915,  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Feb.  to  June  1917,  Nov.  1917 
to  April  1918,  Capt.  Jan.  1919.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  June  27,  1917, 
and  May  3,  1918 


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JA]\IES  STANLEY  POOL  GODSELL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903.  Managing  Clerk  with  Sir  Charles  E.  Longmore, 
K.C.B.,  of  Hertford.  Joined  Oct.  1914  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  Dec.  6,  1914,  transferred  to  General 
List,  Temp.  Capt.  whilst  specially  employed  on  Legal  Duties  at  General  Head- 
quarters, Salonica,  B.S.F.,  March  1917  to  Nov.  1919,  Staff  Capt.  Headquarters, 
Lines  of  Communication,  British  Salonica  Force  and  British  Army  of  the  Black 
Sea  Nov.  1918  to  July  1919.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served  at  Home  till  Jan.  7,  1916,  Egypt  Jan.  to 
March  1916,  Salonica  April  1916  to  June  1919. 

HUGH  GOFF. 

Admitted  April  1911.  Clerk  with  Attwater  &  Liell,  of  110  Bishopsgate, 
E.C.  Joined  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  Private,  2/1  West  Kent  (Queen's  Own)  Yeomanry, 
promoted  Sergeant  1915,  transferred  to  7th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt. 
April  1918  with  rank  of  Sergeant.  Awarded  the  M.M.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France. 

WILLIAM  GOFFEY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hill,  Dickinson  &  Co.,  of 
Liverpool.  Gazetted  March  25,  1915,  2nd  Lieut.  6th  (Rifle)  Batt.  The  King's 
Liverpool  Regt.  (T.F.),  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  (Substantive).  Served 
in  France.     Wounded  3rd  Battle  of  Ypres  July  31,  1917.  ', 

CECIL  ARGO  GOLD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913.  With  Chester,  Broome  &  Griffithes,  of  36  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  24, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut,  and  Adjutant  Oct.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
in  France.     Killed  at  Ovillers  July  3,  1916. 

PHILIP  GOLDBERG. 

Articled  to  H.  H.  Brown,  of  Gravesend.     Joined  Dec.  9,  1915,  as  Private, 

28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Middlesex  Regt.  July  7,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  France. 

CHARLES  SPENCER  GOLDING. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905.  Member  of  Golding,  Hargrove  &  Golding,  of  99 
Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Chief  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve.  Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Lieut.  May  1915,  trans- 
ferred to  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  as  Capt.  June  1916,  promoted  Major  Nov. 
1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

GEOFFREY  RAMSEY  GOLDINGHAM. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Atkey,  of  9a  Sackville  Street,  W.  Served  as  Private, 
14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish).  Subsequently  obtained 
commission  in  the  Royal  Marines  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar. 

HENRY  CLAUDE  GOLDSMITH. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Aldous  &  Gotelee,  of  Ipswich. 
Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  19th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.     Gazetted 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  217 


2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  March  26,  1915,  promoted  A/Capt.  Jan. 
1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt  and  Palestine.  Wounded  at 
3rd  Battle  of  Gaza  Nov.  2,  1917. 

HENRY  MILLS  GOLDSMITH. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914,  practised  at  Devonport.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Devon- 
shire Regt.,  attached  2nd  Lincoln  Brigade,  Machine  Gun  Officer  25th  Brigade. 
Killed  in  action  near  Fromelles  May  9,  1915. 

WILLIAM  GO^LM. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hutchinson,  Sons  &  Gomm, 
1  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  July  2,  1917,  as  Private,  103rd  Training 
Reserve  Batt.,  transferred  to  Labour  Corps  on  medical  grounds  Oct.  1917. 
Served  in  England,  France,  and  Germany. 

GEORGE  PERCY  GOODALL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  Beaumont  &  Goodall,  of  Nottingham. 
Enlisted  Oct.  1914  as  Private  in  the  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood 
Foresters),  and  shortly  afterwards  gazetted  Lieut,  in  the  10th  Batt.  of  that 
Regt,,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  and  went  to  France  July  1915.  Killed  in 
action  in  Flanders  Feb.  16,  1916. 

MARCUS  HERBERT  GOODALL. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Cockburn,  of  Rotherham.  Obtained  his  commission 
in  the  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Aug.  16,  1914,  and  went  to  the  Front  in  April 
1915,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Feb.  8,  1916.  Wounded  Sept.  1915.  Died 
July  14,  1916,  of  wounds  received  in  action  on  July  5. 

TOM  GOODALL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  E.  B.  Wilson  &  Topham, 
of  Mirfield.  Joined  Dec.  10,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/5  Batt.  Duke  of 
Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.,  promoted  A/Lieut.  March  1915,  A/Capt. 
Oct.  1915,  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  May  1917,  A/Major  Dec.  1917  to  Feb.  1918. 
Served  with  2/5  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  Regt.  Dec.  1914  to  Feb.  1918, 
and  with  5th  Batt.  Feb.  to  March  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  D.S.O.  and  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  March  31,  1917,  and 
March  29,  1918. 

EDWARD  LIONEL  GOODCHILD. 

Articled  to  his  father,  Herbert  Goodchild,  of  Norwich.  Joined  Sept. 
1914,  as  Private,  8th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Badly  wounded 
April  26,  1916,  and  died  in  Corbie  Hospital  April  28,  1916. 

HUGH  NAPIER  GOODCHILD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914,  practising  at  Norwdch.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Field  Artillery. 

WILLIAM  WINTER  GOODE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1893.  Member  of  Louch,  Son  &  Goode,  of  Langport  and 
North  Curry,  Somerset.  Joined  Oct.  3,  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  Somerset 
Light  Infantry.  Temporary  Major  for  a  short  time  while  2nd  in  Command  in 
1917.     Served  in  India. 


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THOMAS  WILLIAM  W.VDE  GOODERIDGE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Conveyancing  Solicitor  to  the  Essex  County- 
Council,  Chelmsford.  Joined  Sept.'  1,  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Medical 
Corps,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Sept.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Field  Artillery  Oct.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1919.  Served  in  France 
March  1915  to  March  1918.  Captured  at  Urvillers  near  St.  Quentin  March  21, 
1918. 
FREDERICK  OWEN  GOODMAN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903,  practising  at  Portsmouth.  Joined  Dec.  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  2/6  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 
Transferred  to  Dorset  Regt.  and  later  to  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Served  in 
France  Dec.  1917  to  July  1918. 

GODFREY  DAVENPORT  GOODMAN. 

Admitted  March  1890.  Member  of  Bennett  &  Co.,  of  Buxton  &  Chapel- 
en-le-Frith.  Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Major,  6th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby 
Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  promoted  Lieut. -Col.  Oct.  1914,  Col.  Oct. 
1918,  Brigadier-General,  Commanding  52nd  Infantry  Brigade  Nov.  1916  to 
March  1917,  and  the  21st  Infantry  Brigade  March  1917  to  June  1919.  Five 
times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  C.M.G.,  D.S.O.,  and  Croix  de  Guerre 
(Belgique).  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Feb.  1915  to  June  1919.  Wounded 
Sept.  2,  1918. 

MONTAGUE  GOODMAN. 

Admitted  July  1898.  Member  of  Goodman,  Saunders,  Squires  &  Co.,  of 
21  St.  Helen's  Place,  E.C.     Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

ERNEST  GOODRIDGE. 

Articled  to  E.  E.  Burgess,  of  Doncaster.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private, 
King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  and  subsequently  promoted  Corporal.  Killed  in 
action  on  the  Somme  Oct.  4,  1916. 

FREDERICK  CLAUDE  GOODWIN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Practising  at  32  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined 
May  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  in  Territorial 
Force  (Yeomanry)  and  gazetted  to  Scottish  Horse  as  2nd  Lieut.  March  1918, 
Assistant  Staff  Capt.  Brigade  Headquarters  Aug.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

HAROLD  JAMES  GOODWIN. 

Admitted  Oct  1912.  Member  of  Ryland,  Martineau  &  Co.,  of  Birmingham. 
Enlisted  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Subsequently  obtained 
commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  135th  Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Served 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Arras  April  24,  1917. 

ALEXANDER  WOOD  GOOLDEN. 

Articled  to  C.  S.  Raymond-Barker,  of  9  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C. 
Enlisted  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  1st  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  May 
1915,  joined  the  Indian  Army  and  went  to  Karachi  July  1917,  and  attained 
rank  of  Temp.  Capt.  Served  in  France  Oct.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  South  Persia 
March  1918    to    March     1919,    North- West    Frontier     April    to    July    1919. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  219 

Severely  wounded  in  France  Aug.  1915.     Killed  in  action  at  Barber,  near  Fort 
Sandeman,  July  15,  1919. 

COLIN  GRAHAM  GORDON. 

Articled  to  Graham  Gordon,  of  37  Golden  Square,  W.  Served  as  Lance- 
Corporal,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 

GEORGE  GORDON. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Milner,  of  Leeds.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private, 
Leeds  University  O.T.C.,  promoted  Sergeant  Feb.  1915.  Commissioned 
2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  Before  transfer  to  Reserve  held  Staff  Appointment  as 
Officer  in  charge  of  Courts-Martial  to  Headquarters  West  Riding  Brigade. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

JAMES  MILLER  GORDON. 

Articled  to  George  Slade,  of  90  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
9th  Batt.  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers. 

STEPHEN  JEFFERSON  GORDON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Gordon,  Hunter  &  Duncan,  of  Bradford. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Capt.  1916.  Served  at  Home  till  April  1915,  then  to  France.  Invalided  June 
1915,  served  Ministry  of  Munitions  till  May  1917,  went  to  France  June  1917, 
invalided  Aug.  1917.  Deputy  Controller  Ministry  of  Munitions  Sept.  1917  to 
Jan.  1919. 

ARTHUR  HOLINIES  GORE. 

Admitted  July  1893.  Member  of  Gore  &  Munro,  of  Bristol.  Adjutant 
of  United  Arts  Batt.  Aug.  1914,  joined  8th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  as  Capt., 
gazetted  Jan.  1915.  Landed  at  Suvla  Bay  Aug.  10,  1915.  Killed  at  Anafata 
Aug.  12,  or  13,  1915. 

ARNOLD  KENNETH  GORNALL. 

Admitted  July  1911.  Member  of  A.  H.  &  A.  K.  Gornall,  of  Blackburn. 
Served  as  Private,  Army  Pay  Corps. 

HENRY  CONRAD  GORTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906,  practised  at  St.  Anne's-on-the-Sea.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  14th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Capt. 

OSCAR  GEORGE  GOSDEN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1900,  practising  at  17  Clairview  Road,  Streatham,  S.W. 
Joined  March  31,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  transferred 
to  Middlesex  Regt.  June  1916,  and  subsequently  promoted  to  Sergeant  10th 
Batt.     Served  at  Home  to  Aug.  1917,  afterwards  in  India. 

REGINALD  RIDLEY  LITCHFIELD  GOSLING. 

Articled  to  John  Hodge,  of  Weston-super-Mare.  Joined  Nov.  14,  1916, 
as  Aircraftsman,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service,  promoted  Leading  Aircraftsman 
Aug.  1917,  Petty  Officer  Nov.  1917,  Flight-Sergeant  Royal  Air  Force  May  1918. 
Served  at  War  Stations  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  at  Newlyn  and  Plymouth 
(seaplanes)  Dec.  1916  to  Sept.  1918,  and  at  Wing  Headquarters,  Ireland, 
Sept.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 


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LESLIE  LAWRENCE  GOSNEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1915.  Of  Croydon.  Joined  March  6,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1915, 
Capt.  June  to  Aug.  1918, 'Staff  Capt.  June  to  Nov.  1919.  Served  at  Home 
March  1915  to  June  1916,  India  July  1916  to  Nov.  1917  and  Aug.  1918  to  Oct. 
1919,  Mesopotamia  Nov.  1917  to  Aug.  1918,  Afghan  War  May  to  Oct.  1919. 

HUBERT  JOHN  GOSS.f 

Articled  to  H.  S.  K.  Feltham,  of  Crewe.  Enlisted  Aug.  1914,  as  Private, 
10th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Cheshire 
Regt.  June  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Severely  wounded 
in  Battle  of  the  Somme  July  14,  1916.  Presumed  killed  in  action  on  or 
since  July  15,  1916. 

ROBY  MYDDLETON  GOTCH. 

Articled  to  J.  T.  Perry,  of  Nottingham.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut., 
7th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  (T.),  promoted  Temp. 
Capt.  and  Adjutant  July  1915,  Capt.  July  1916.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  thereafter  in  France  and 
Belgium.  Reported  wounded  and  missing  July  1,  1916,  subsequently  presumed 
killed. 
GORDON  LESLIE  GOTELEE. 

Articled  to  J.  B.  Hartley,  of  112  Greshara  House,  E.C.  Served  with  the 
Cyclist  Corps. 

ALBERT  ERNEST  GOTT. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  E.  H.  Davies  &  Co.,  of 
13  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  July  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  Oct. 
1915,  proceeded  to  France  May  1916  and  attached  to  10th  Batt.  Killed 
near  Beaumont  Hamel  Nov.  18,  1916. 

GUY  WOLFE  GOTTO. 

Admitted  July  1913.     Member  of  Aylett  &  Gotto,  of  105  Cheapside  E.C. 
Joined  Aug.  16,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1917,  Capt.  June  1918.     Served  in  France  Sept.  1915  to  Feb.  1916, 
Palestine  Feb.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 
JOHN  BOLLE  TYNDALE  GOUGH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Jessopp  &  Gough,  of  Waltham  Abbey. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  1st  Batt.  Hertfordshire  Regt.,  and  promoted 
Major  June  1916.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Feb.  1916,  Mesopotamia 
Feb.  to  July  1916,  Home  July  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  France  Nov.  1917  to  March 
1918.     Killed  in  action  between  Epehy  and  Villers  Fancon  March  22,  1918. 

ALFRED  KENNETH  GOULD. 

Articled  to  C.  J.  Haydon,  of  Bournemouth.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Sussex  Regt.""' 

HENRY  CONINGSBY  GOULD. 

Admitted  April  1906,  practised  at  Exeter.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Devon  and 
Cornwall  Brigade,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  subsequently  promoted  Major. 


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HUGH  PEARCE  GOULD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907.  Member  of  Dennes,  Lamb  &  Pearce  Gould,  of 
22  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined  May  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Welch  Guards, 
promoted  Lieut.  April  1917,  attached  Guards  Machine  Gun  Regt.  Served 
in  France. 

EDWARD  LEO  GOULDEN. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Edward  Henry  Coopman, 
of  5  Giltspur  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  20,  1914,  as  Trooper,  Royal  East 
Kent  Mounted  Rifles.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.) 
Jan.  27,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
at  Arras  April  10,  1918. 

ERNEST  OSMUND  GOULDEN. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Hardman,  of  Deal.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  West 
Kent  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded 
the  M.C. 

HENRY  GOVER. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Member  of  Henry  Gover  &  Son,  of  5  Monument 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  June  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1918 
(attached  1/2  Batt.  London  Regt.),  Capt.  March  1918.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Served  at  Home  and  in  Belgium  and  France. 

WILLIAM  CYRIL  GOVER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as 
Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  (Special  Reserve)  Aug.  19,  1916,  promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1916.  Awarded 
O.B.E.  (Military).     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

CECIL  NEWTON  GRAHAM. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909.  Member  of  Hodding  &  Co.,  of  Worksop,  Notts. 
Joined  Nov.  4,  1914,  as  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service,  afterwards 
Royal  Naval  Armoured  Car  Division.  Joined  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
in  May  1916  as  Lieut.  Tw4ce  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  in  GallipoH  March  to  Oct.  1915,  Egypt  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  France 
Aug.  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 

CHARLES  RONALD  GRAHAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Member  of  LawTcnce,  Graham  &  Co.,  of  6  New 
Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  10,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Intelligence 
Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  Capt.  (General  List)  attached  General  Service 
Headquarters  Lines  of  Communication  Aug.  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military).     Served  in  France. 

ERNEST  FREDERIC  GRAHAM. 

Articled  to  S.  H.  Graham,  of  Longton,  Stoke-on-Trent.  Joined  Nov.  17, 
1914,  as  Gunner,  North  Midland  (Staffs.)  Roval  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  North  Midland  Brigade, ' Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.) 
Sept.  15,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  France  March  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 


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EVELYN  RONALD  BRODRICK  GRAHAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909,  practising  at  222  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  April  1917, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Sept.  1917.  Com- 
missioned 2nd  Lieut.  22nd  Batt.  London  Regt.  May  1918.  Served  in  Egypt 
and  Palestine. 

HARRIMAN  GRAHAM. 

Articled  to  Geo.  Elder,  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  Dec.  2,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  The  Black  Watch,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served 
in  Macedonia  Feb.  1917  to  July  1918,  France  July  1918  to  April  1919.  Wounded 
Nov.  3,  1917. 

HARTLEY  GRAHAM. 

Admitted  Dec.  1900,  practising  at  Penrith.  Joined  July  23,  1917,  as 
Private,  1st  Batt.  Border  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  (Reserv^e)  Garrison 
Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Oct.  16,  1917,  attached  88th  Labour  Coy.  March 
1918,  and  to  12th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.  June  1918,  A/Capt.  Prisoners 
of  War  Coy.  Sept.  1918.  Served  at  Home  to  March  1918,  and  in  France 
March  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

HENRY  FERGUS  GRAHAM. 

Articled  to  A.  S.  Legg,  of  13  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917,  A/Capt.  Aug. 
1918,  A/Major  Sept.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  Egypt 
June  1915,  Serbia  Sept.  1915,  France  May  1916  to  April  1920.     Twice  wounded. 

HENRY  SALKELD  GRAHAM. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Graham  &  Graham,  of  Fowey, 
Cornwall.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Cornwall  (Fortress)  Royal  Engineers, 
promoted  Capt.  Oct.  1914.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at 
Home  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  France  Jan.  1915  to  March  1919. 

NOR^L^N  GRAHAM. 

Articled  to  R.  J.  Steele,  of  Carhsle.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Border  Regt.  Sept.  1916,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Served  in  France  Oct.  1916  to  Dec.  1918.  Wounded 
at  Monchy-le-Preux  in  the  Battle  of  Arras  May  19,  1917.  Taken  prisoner  in 
the  German  Offensive  March  21,  1918. 

HUGH  GRAMSHAW. 

Admitted  July  1909.  Member  of  Lamport,  Bassett  &  Hiscock,  of  Newport, 
Isle  of  Wight.  Joined  Sept.  1914  Public  School  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Ap- 
pointed 2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Staffordshire  Regt.  May  20,  1915.  Served  at 
Home.     Died  of  pneumonia  at  Scaffold  Hill  Hospital  Feb.  28,  1916. 

HERBERT  CECIL  GRANT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1898,  practising  at  27  King  Street,  Cheapside,  E.C.  Served 
as  A /Paymaster,  Army  Pay  Department. 

NORMAN  STANLEY  GRANT. 

Articled  to  B.  E.  Poppleton,  of  Castleford.  ^Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as 
Lance-Corporal,  1/5  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  promoted 
Corporal  Oct.  1914,  Sergeant  March  1915,  Staff-Sergeant  April  1915,  Company 


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Quartermaster-Sergeant  July  1917.  Served  in  England  Aug.  1914  to  April 
1915,  France,  Belgium,  and  with  Army  of  Occupation  Germany  April  1915 
to  March  1919.     Gassed  at  Nieuport  July  1917. 

ARTHUR  GLENDOWER  GRAVES. 

Articled  to  H.  G.  Pritchard,  of  12  New  Court,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914, 
as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  Dec.  17,  1914,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying 
Corps  Aug.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917,  embodied  with  Royal  Air  Force 
April  1918.     Served  in  France  Aug.  1917  to  Feb.  1918. 

ELIOTT  CECIL  GEORGE  GRAY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901.  Of  the  Treasury  Solicitor's  Department,  Storey's 
Gate,  S.W.  Joined  Sept.  14,  1914,  as  Private,  16th  Batt.  JNIiddlesex  Regt. 
Gazetted  Temp.  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Feb.  5,  1915,  promoted 
Temp.  A/Capt.  July  1917,  Temp.  Capt.  and  Adjutant  May  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served 
in  France. 

FRANCIS  JAMES  GRAY. 

Admitted  April  1903.  Member  of  Frank  Gray  &  Darby,  of  Oxford, 
served  as  Private,  Intelligence  III.  Corps  Headquarters,  France. 

GEORGE  DONALD  GRAY. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Member  of  James  Gray  &  Son,  of  Barnsley,  Yorks. 
Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  May  1917.  Served  in  France.  Died  of  wounds 
received  in  France  May  5,  1917. 

JOHN  MILNER  GRAY. 

Articled  to  C.  Brodrick,  of  63  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  and  sub- 
sequently attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 

LEONARD  GRAY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1903,  practised  at  Chelmsford  and  Ongar.  Joined,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Essex  Regt.  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served  in  the 
Dardanelles.     Died  abroad  of  enteric  July  31,  1917. 

VIVIAN  SEATON  GRAY. 

Articled  to  W.  S.  Gray,  of  Whitby.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Mechanical 
Transport  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  and  subsequently  attained  the  rank  of 
Major. 

WILFRED  RONALD  GRAY. 

Articled  to  Nelson  Crowther,  of  10  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  East  Kent  Regt.,  prom.oted  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches  and  awarded  the  M.C. 

ROBERT  BENJAMIN  GRAYSON. 

Articled  to  Arnold  Slater,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  Dec.  18,  1914,  as  A.B., 
Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  promoted  Chief  Petty  Officer  1915,  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Sept.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1918. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 


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ALFRED  ERNEST  GREAVES. 

Admitted  April  1897,  practising  at  Wakefield.  Rejoined  1/4  Batt.  King's 
Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  promoted  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium 
April  1915  to  Jan.  1919. 

FREDERIC  GREAVES. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Greaves,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Nov.  14, 1914,  as  Private, 
9th  Batt.  (Highlanders)  Royal  Scots,  transferred  to  Cameronians  (Scottish 
Rifles)  Aug.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt. 
June  6,  1917,  transferred  to  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  Dec.  1917.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.  Slightly  wounded  south  of  Menin  Road  July  31, 1917, 
gassed  at  Givenchy  April  21,  1918.     Killed  in  action  at  Givenchy  June  1, 1918. 

THOMAS  GREAVES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909.  With  Davies,  Sanders  &  Swanwich,  of  Chesterfield. 
Joined  March  5, 1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood 
Foresters)  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  gazetted  Adjutant  Jan.  1916, 
Capt.  Nov.  1917.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Gore  July  1,  1918,  and 
died  of  wounds  the  same  day.     Buried  at  Femes  British  Cemetery. 

GEORGE  LEWIS  FITZCLAIR  GRECE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  Of  Gresham  House,  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Served 
as  Corporal  1st  Class  A.M.,  Royal  Air  Force. 

ARTHUR  GREEN. 

Admitted  July  1909,  practised  at  Manchester.  Served  as  Lieut., 
Manchester  Regt.     Killed  in  action  April  1918. 

CECIL  JOHN  TINDELL  GREEN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912,  practising  at  Sunderland.  Served  as  Gunner,  Hon. 
Artillery  Company,  and  subsequently  gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

DIGBY  GREEN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Geo.  D.  Day,  of  St.  Ives, 
Huntingdonshire.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  1/1  Hunts  Cyclist 
Regt.  (T.),  transferred  to  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Jan.  1916.  Commissioned 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (S.R.)  Nov.  2,  1916,  promoted  Lieut. 
May  1918,  posted  to  47th  Siege  Battery  Dee.  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  England  Aug.  1914  to  Dec.  1916,  in  France  Dec.  1916  to  Dee.  1918. 

DOUGLAS  GREEN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  Boroughbridge,  Yorks.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut,  and  Capt.,  appointed  Staff  Capt.  146th  Infantry  Brigade  April 
1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  M.C.  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium  April  1915  to  Armistice.     Wounded  and  gassed  April  1918. 

ERNEST  EDWARD  GREEN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906.  Member  of  Waldron,  Sons  &  Green,  of  Cardiff. 
Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  7th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  promoted  Staff 
Capt.  July  1915,  Temp.  Major  Sept.  1915,  Substantive  Major  June  1916. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France. 


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GEORGE  MORGAN  GREEN. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Lake,  of  61  Carey  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
Oct.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  (P.S.  Brigade),  transferred 
to  23rd  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  (Sportsman's)  1916.  Invalided  Home  April 
1917,  transferred  to  Labour  Corps  Oct.  1917.     Served  in  France  1915,  1916, 

1917.  Wounded  Jan.  1916. 

HAROLD  FRANCIS  GREEN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904,  practising  at  5  Bloomsbury  Square,  W.C.  Joined 
June  1916,  as  Private,  Grenadier  Guards.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  26th  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  transferred  (Sept.  1918)  to  Royal  Air  Force 
with  rank  of  Capt.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  and  blown  up  on  the  Piave 
(Montello  Sector)  Dec.  1917. 

JOHN  ALFRED  HENDERSON  GREEN. 

Admitted  April  1883,  practising  at  Nottingham.  Joined  Nov.  21,  1914, 
as  Capt.,  7th  (Robin  Hood)  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters). 
Awarded  C.B.E.     Served  at  Home. 

RALPH  BARCHAM  GREEN. 

Articled  to  W.  Godden,  of  34  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  15,  1914, 
as  Private,  19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  (2nd  Batt.  U.P.S.  Brigade).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  Oct.  8,  1914,  transferred  to  Army 
Cyclist  Corps  Aug.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1915,  Capt.  June  1916,  with 
No.   2  Traffic  Control  Coy.     April  1917,  Provost  Reinforcement  Officer  April 

1918,  Deputy  Assistant  Provost-Marshal  Nov.  1918.     Awarded  M.C.     Served 
in  France  and  Belgium.     Wounded  in  Ypres  Sept.  5,  1917. 

RICHMOND  EDWARD  ORMOND  LYTTLETON  GREEN. 

Articled  to  F.  L.  Green,  of  Presteign.  Joined  Oct.  1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th 
Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry.  Served  at  Home,  and  in  Belgium 
and  France.     Killed  at  Ypres  on  Feb.  19,  1916. 

STUART  ANSWORTH  GREEN. 

Admitted  April  1904.  Member  of  Robin  Hamp  &  Green,  of  22  South- 
ampton Street,  W.C.  Joined  July  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1st  Brigade  Tank  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (Guards  Div.  M.T.  Company).     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

WALTER  GREEN. 

Admitted  May  1903.  Member  of  Green  &  Son,  of  Howden,  Selby,  and 
Market  Weighton.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  East  Yorks 
Regt.,  promoted  Major  1916.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

WALTER  HOWARD  GREEN. 

Admitted  April  1900,  practising  at  Birmingham.     Joined  Oct.  16,  1917, 
as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.     Served  at  Home. 
WILLIAM  EDWARD  GREEN. 

Articled  to  William  Simpson,  of  Leicester.  Joined  March  1916,  as  Rifle- 
man, 5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade),  pro- 
moted Lance- Corporal  July  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Batt.  Jan.  25, 
1917,  and  promoted  Lieut.  July  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France  and 

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Belgium.     Wounded  in  Battle  of  Menin  Road  near  Ypres  and  St.   Julien 

Sept.  20,  1917. 

EDWARD  WHITAKER  GREENE. 

Admitted  March  1904.  Managing  Clerk  with  Torr  &  Co.,  of  38  Bedford 
Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  29,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  and 
attained  the  rank  of  Company-Quartermaster-Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut, 
in  same  Regt.  Sept.  12,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  Aug.  1918, 
attached  Hertfordshire  Regt.  July  1918.  Served  at  Home,  and  in  France 
Feb.  to  March  1918. 
FRANCIS  PEMBERTON  GREENER. 

Admitted   May   1908.     Managing   Clerk   with   Corbin,    Greener   &   Cook, 
of  52  Bedford  Row,  W.C.     Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  2nd  Batt.  East  Surrey 
Regt.     Served  in  France.     Killed  Feb.  15,  1915. 
FREDERICK  WILLIAM  RIDGE  GREENHILL. 

Articled  to  William  Sweetland,   of  4  Cullum  Street,   Fenchurch  Street, 
E.C.     Joined  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles)  Nov.  1915» 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Grenadier  Guards,  and  subsequently  promoted 
Lieut.     Killed  in  action  in  France  Oct.  10,  1917. 
GARNET  ARTHUR  CLAUDE  GREENOP. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  Greenop,  of  Bush  Lane  House,  E.C.     Enlisted  Sept. 

1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade). 
Went  to  France  Nov.  1914.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Dec.  1, 

1915.  Killed  in  action  July  8,  1916. 

HENRY  GREENWAY. 

Admitted  April  1882.  Member  of  Greenway  &  Sons,  of  Newquay,  Corn- 
wall.    Served  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry. 

ARTHUR  FORTESCUE  GREENWOOD. 

Admitted  April  1902,  practising  at  10  New  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Served 
from  March  to  Aug.  1915  as  A.B.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  Anti- 
aircraft Division,  promoted  Chief  Petty  Officer  April  1,  1915.  Served  at 
Home  :   East  Coast  Mobile-gun  Section.     Discharged  Aug.  12,  1915. 

CHARLES  GREENWOOD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1878.  Member  of  Greenwood  &  Greenwood,  of  1  Mitre 
Court  Buildings,  Temple,  E.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  2,  1914,  as  Paymaster,  London 
Division  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  appointed  PajTuaster  of  Drake 
Batt.  Royal  Naval  Division  until  Nov.  1914,  when  appointed  by  the 
Admiralty  Secretary  to  Commodore  Sir  Richard  Williams  Bulkeley,  Bart., 
C.B.,  Royal  Naval  Reserve,  promoted  Staff  Paymaster  Feb.  1915,  and  to 
Fleet  Paymaster  (Paymaster  Commander)  July  1918.  Awarded  the  O.B.E. 
Accompanied  the  Troops,  Royal  Naval  Division,  on  expedition  towards  Ant- 
werp 1914,  recalled  to  take  up  above  appointment  as  Secretary  to  Conunodore. 
Served  in  H.M.S.  Victory  VI. 

GEORGE  GREENWOOD. 

Articled  to  B.  Greenwood,  of  Dewsbury.  Served  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt* 
King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry. 


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HARRY  RICHARD  GREENWOOD. 

Articled  to  E.  E.  Winterbotham,  of  1  Frederick's  Place,  Old  Jewry,  E.C. 
Joined  Sept.  8,  1917,  as  Air-craftsman,  2nd  Class,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service, 
promoted  Air-craftsman,  1st  Class,  March  8,  1918,  transferred  to  Royal  Air 
Force  as  Private,  1st  Class,  April  1918,  promoted  Corporal  and  remustered  as 
Corporal  Clerk  June  1918,  appointed  A/Sergeant  Clerk  Sept.  1918.  Served 
at  Home. 

JAMES  GREENWOOD. 

Articled  to  Stanley  Gununer,  of  Rotherham.     Joined  Oct.  25,  1915,  as 
Driver,   2/1   West  Riding  Royal  Horse  Artillery  (T.).     Discharged  and'  re- 
enhsted  in  the  Royal  Engineers  Feb.  1916.     Served  at  Home  Oct.  1915  to 
March  1916,  and  in  France  March  1916  to  Feb.  1919.     Severely  gassed  March  21 
1919. 

JOSEPH  JAMES  GLEDHILL  GREENWOOD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  H.  Syd  Powell,  of  Pockling- 
ton.  Joined  Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Trooper,  Yorkshire  Hussars  (T.F.),  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  Oct.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Nov.  30, 
1914,  promoted  Capt.  Feb  1917,  Adjutant  May  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  attached 
16th  O.C.  Batt.  Sept.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France  Sept.  and  Oct.  1915,  March  to  July  1916,  and  Oct  1916  to 
May  1918.  Wounded  Sept.  26,  1915,  July  14,  1916,  and  May  30,  1918. 
RANOLF  NELSON  GREEN^VOOD. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Member  of  Travers,  Smith,  Braithwaite  &  Co., 
of  4  Throgmorton  Avenue,  E.C.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Cheshire  Regt. 
Special  Reserve  Sept.  22,  1914,  joined  1st  Batt.  April  1915,  appointed  Officer 
Commanding  Company  May  1915  and  Adjutant  Sept.  1915,  attached  to 
Brigade  Headquarters  March  to  July  1916,  rejoined  Regt.  acting  Second 
in  Command  Oct.  and  Nov.  1916,  appointed  Staff  Capt.  1st  Army  Head- 
quarters Feb.  1917,  appointed  D.A.A.G.  16th  Division  April  1918,  promoted 
Temp.  Lieut.  June  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  Nov.   1915,  Substantive  Capt.  Aug. 

1916,  Temp.  Major  April  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.     Served  in  France  April  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

CHARLES  LEWIS  GREGORY. 

Admitted  April  1900.     Member  of  Bartlett  &  Gregory,  of  6  New  Square, 
Lincoln's   Inn,  W.C.     Enhsted    Dec.   9,   1915,   as   Private,   2nd    Batt.   Hon. 
Artillery  Company.     Served  in  France,  and  in  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  Dec.  1018. 
FREDERIC  GEORGE  GREGORY. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  A.  Cushman,  of  Brighton.  Joined  Oct.  23,  1915,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  transferred  to  Lancashire  Fusihers  Sept. 

1917.  Granted  commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry 
Aug.  28,  1918.  Served  at  Home  Oct.  to  Dec.  1915  and  Dec.  1917  to  Oct.  1918, 
and  in  France  Jan.  1916  to  Dec.  1917,  and  Salonica  Force  Oct.  1918  to  April 
1919. 

FREDERICK  CHARLES  GREGORY. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Member  of  Peacock,  Gregory  &  Son,  of  Liverpool. 
MobiHsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Aug.  1915. 


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Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  T.D.     Served  in 
Gallipoli  and  France.     Wounded  at  Suvla  Bay  Aug.  1915. 

JAMES  LANGDALE  GREGORY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900.  Member  of  Howe  &  Gregory,  of  Bradford.  Joined 
Feb.  1915,  as  Private,  Public  School  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Yorkshire  Regt.  Nov.  1916,  and  afterwards  attached  to  the  Royal 
Engineers.  Served  on  the  Western  Front.  Killed  near  Ypres  May  13,  1917. 
Buried  at  Zillebeke. 
JAMES  WILLIAM  RYE  GREGORY. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  829th  Area 
Employment  (Artisan)  Company. 

REGINALD  GREGORY. 

Admitted  June  1912.     Managing  Clerk  with  Ralph  Fream,  of  Gloucester. 
Joined  Feb.  1918,  as  Gunner,  170th  Siege  Battery,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery 
Subsequently  2nd  Lieut.  Gloucester  Volunteer  Regt.     Served  in  France  on* 
Cambrai  front. 

IAN  BORTHWICK  GREIG. 

Articled  to  T.  S.  Hillas-Drake,  of  50  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  subsequently 
promoted  Capt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

HAROLD  CUTCLIFFE  GRENSIDE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Member  of  Grenside  &  Son,  of  3a  Dean's  Yard, 
Westminster.  Joined  May  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (S.R.) 
May  1,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

JOHN  GRETTON. 

Admitted  March  1909,  practising  at  Derby.  Joined  March  1,  1916,  as 
Lieut.,  Territorial  Force  Reserve,  promoted  A/Capt.  Dec.  1916,  transferred 
to  25th  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade  Aug.  1918,  relinquished  Acting  Rank  of 
Capt.     Served  in  France.  *" 

CYRIL  HOWARD  GREVILLE-SMITH. 

Articled  to  F.  C.  Greville-Smith,  of  2  ^Clement's  Inn,  W.C.  Served  as 
Capt.,  8th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

HENRY  BENNETT  GRIBBLE. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Formerly  Member  of  Gribble  &  Co.,  of  38  Bedford 
Row,  London,  W.C,  afterwards  practised  at  Victoria,  and  Kelowna,  B.C. 
Enlisted  as  Trooper,  11th  Canadian  Mounted  Rifles,  at  Vermont,  B.C.,  April 
1915.  Regiment  came  to  England  March  1916.  After  attack  of  laryngitis 
with  the  Pay  Olfice  in  London.  Joined  1st  Canadian  Reserve  Batt.  at  Seaford 
Aug.  1917.  While  there  suffered  from  tuberculosis.  Sent  to  a  Sanatorium 
at  Hastings  for  6  months'  treatment,  and  discharged  June  1918  with  both  lungs 
seriously  affected.     Died  Dec.  19,  1919. 

HENRY  JOHN  CAREW  GRIBBLE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  of  Bristol.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Devon- 
shire Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  229 

ALFRED  EDWIN  BARLOW  GRIFFIN. 

Admitted  Dec.  1914,  of  St.  Helens,  Lanes.      Joined  Feb.  23,  1916,  as 
Sapper,  Royal  Engineers,  Searchlight  Company.     Served  in  Mesopotamia  and 
India. 
HENRY  HALL  GRIFFITH. 

Articled  to  A.  F.  Griffith,  of  Brighton,  and  37  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C. 
Joined  June  2,  1916,  as  Sub. -Lieut,,  Royal  Flying  Corps,  and  subsequently 
promoted  Capt.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  an  aeroplane  accident  at 
Dartford  Nov.  2,  1917. 

JOSEPH  GRIFFITH. 

Admitted  Sept.  1905,  practising  at  Newcastle-under-Lyme.  Mobilised 
Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt,  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Major 
Nov.  1915.  Served  in  France,  Belgium,  and  Egypt.  Discharged  March  1918. 
TREVOR  LLEWELYN  GRIFFITH. 

Articled  to  James  Amphlett,  of  Colwyn  Bay.  Joined  July  6,  1915,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery 
Jan.  30,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in 
Ypres  Oct.  30,  1917. 

WALTER  STANLEY  CURRIE  GRIFFITH. 

Admitted  May  1905,  practised  at  31  Walbrook,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  22, 1914, 
as  Private,  6th  Batt.  Leinster  Regt.,  promoted  Sergeant  Dec.  1914.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  April  1915.     Killed  Aug.  7,  1915,  at  Gallipoli. 

FREDERICK  GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted  June  1909,  practising  at  Kidsgrove.  Joined  May  14,  1918, 
as  3rd  Clerk,  38th  Squadron,  Royal  Air  Force,  subsequently  Private  Royal 
Naval  Air  Service.  Served  at  Home  May  to  Oct.  1918,  and  in  France  and 
Belgium  Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

HENRY  JOHN  MARTIN  SAUNDERS  GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  Llansamlet.  Served  as  Lieut.,  53rd 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

JOHN  ERNEST  GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911,  practising  at  Stockport.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1917,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.     Served  in  France. 

JOHN  HENRY  GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905,  practising  at  Swansea.  Joined  Sept.  19,  1914,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  A/Sergeant  July  1915, 
Sergeant  Nov.  1917,  A /Mechanist-Staff -Sergeant  Dec.  1917.  Served  in 
Salonica. 

ROBERT  TREVOR  GRIFFITHS. 

Articled  to  R.  T.  Griffiths,  of  Hay,  Breconshire.  Joined  March  14,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/1  Brecknockshire  Batt.  South  Wales  Borderers  (T.F.),  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  attached  to  2/7  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Sept. 
1915,  to  23rd  Batt.  June  1918,  and  to  6th  Batt.  South  Wales  Borderers  Sept. 
1918.  Served  at  Home  March  1915  to  Sept.  1918,  and  in  France  Sept.  1918 
to  April  1919. 


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THOMAS  GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909,  practising  at  44  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept. 
1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  in  Home  Waters : 
North  Sea  and  English  Channel. 

PERCY  GRIFFITHS-AVERILL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1915.  Member  of  Greville  &  Averill,  of  135  Edgware 
Road  W.  Served  with  the  1st  British  Ambulance  Unit.  Awarded  Croce  al 
Merito  di  Guerra  (Italian). 

EDWARD  NORMAN  GRIMWADE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  Farmans,  of  329  High  Holborn,  W.C. 
Joined  April  10,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  and  promoted  to 
Lance-Sergeant. 

HUGH  NOEL  GRIMWADE. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Foster,  Calvert  &  Marriott, 
of  Norwich.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  6th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Com- 
missioned to  12th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  Feb.  23,  1915,  promoted 
A/Capt.  General  List  Nov.  1916,  Substantive  Lieut.  July  1917,  Substantive 
Capt.  May  1918,  Brevet  Major  Jan.  1919.  Four  times  mentioned  in  Dis- 
patches. Awarded  D.S.O.,  M.C.,  and  Croce  di  Guerra  (Italian)  and  Brevet 
Majority.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  France  Aug.  1915  to 
Nov.  1917,  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  April  1919,  Egypt  April  to  Sept.  1919. 

DAVID  GROOM. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Served  as 
Private,  2/23  Batt.  London  Regt. 

THOMAS  ALEXANDER  GROSE. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  12  Bedford  Row,  W.C.     Joined  May 

1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.     Commissioned  in  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  Dec.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918.     Served  at  Home  to  Jan. 

1917,  France  to  April   1917,  Salonica   Aug.  1918  to  March  1919.     Wounded 
on  Somme  April  1917. 

EDWARD  GEORGE  GROUND. 

Admitted  June  1911.  Of  210  Finchley  Road,  N.W.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  Batt.  London  Regt.(rinsbury  Rifles),  and  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut.  Served  at  Home  and  at  Gallipoli.  Wounded,  reported 
missing  by  War  Office,  Aug.  15,  1915,  since  presumed  killed  in  action  on  that 
day. 

ALEXANDER  OLIVER  GEORGE  MANTEL  GROVE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  Dudley.  Served  as  Lieut.,  7th  Batt. 
Worcestershire  Regt. 

ERNEST  RICHARD  GROVE. 

Articled  to  E.  H.  Grove,  of  Halesowen.  Joined  Jan.  20,  1917,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  July 
1917,  afterwards  transferred  to  12th  Batt.  Served  in  France  Dec.  1917  to 
Feb.  1918.     Killed  in  action  near  Geluvelt  Feb.  10,  1918. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  231 

JOSEPH  GROVES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905,  practised  at  Scarborough.  Served  as  Capt.,  6th 
Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt. 

LYNDHURST  GEORGE  GROVES. 

Admitted  July  1915,  practising  at  Portsmouth.  Joined  June  9,  1917, 
as  Paymaster  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  at  Home 
and  Ireland. 

CHARLES  GRUNDY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1903.  Son  of  Albert  Walker  Grundy,  of  Manchester. 
Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Princess  Patricia's  Canadian  Light  Infantry. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Killed  at  Zonnebeke,  near  Ypres,  Belgium, 
April  16,  1915. 

GEOFFREY  STEWART  GRUNDY. 

Admitted  March  1911.  Managing  Clerk  with  Spyer  &  Co.,  of  Austin 
Friars  House,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium.     Killed  in  action  near  St.  Eloi  April  14,  1915. 

VICTOR  GRUNHUT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1893,  practising  at  South  Shields.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Capt.,  4th  Northumbrian  (Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted 
Major  Sept.  1916  and  commanded  the  2nd  and  3rd  Line  4th  Northumbrian 
(Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Placed  on  Territorial  Reserve  on 
Nov.  22,  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  HENRY  TRAVERS  GUEST. 

Articled  to  T.  R.  Dootson,  of  Leigh,  Lanes.  Joined  Jan.  13, 1916,  as  Private, 
Royal  Fusiliers.  Served  in  England  Jan.  to  July  1916  and  then  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  July  31,  1916. 

LESLIE  BATE  GUEST. 

Articled  to  Heywood  &  Ram,  of  222  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  2,  1914, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1  /7  Batt.  Royal  Warwick- 
shire Regt.  Feb.  21,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Batt.  Signalling  Officer, 
and  for  some  time  in  Italy  Signalling  Officer  to  143rd  Infantry  Brigade,  A /Capt. 
several  times.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  Italian  Bronze 
Medal  for  Valour.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Aug.  1915  to  Nov.  1917, 
Italy  Dec.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

REGINALD  GUILLAUME. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Member  of  Guillaume  &  Sons,  of  9  Salisbury  Square, 
E.C.  Joined  May  28,  1918,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 
Served  at  Home. 

FRANCIS  WILLIAM  GULLICK. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903,  practising  at  171  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Served 
as  A /Paymaster,  Army  Pay  Department. 

STANLEY  GUMMER. 

Admitted  March  1912.  Member  of  Gichard,  Gummer,  &  Fumiss,  of 
Rotherham.     Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  12th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster 


232  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Dec.  1914, 
promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1915.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Killed  at 
Passchendaele  Oct.  9,  1917. 

LIONEL  LESLIE  GUNN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Member  of  Lord  &  Gunn,  of  64  Basinghall  Street, 
E.G.     Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

JOHN  HUGH  GUNNER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909.  Member  of  Gunner  &  Sons,  of  Bishop's  Waltham. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Hants  Carabiniers  (Yeomanry),  promoted 
Capt.  and  Adjutant  May  1915,  Temp.  Major  Feb.  1916,  reverted  to  Capt.  1917, 
attached  to  15th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  April  1918.  Served  in  Flanders 
and  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Mount  Kemmel  Aug.  9,  1918. 

HENRY  SEATLE  GUNSON. 

Admitted  April  1908,  practising  at  Hay  wards  Heath.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 

CLEMENT  HENDERSON  GURNEY. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Member  of  Devonshire,  Monkland  &  Co.,  of 
1  Frederick's  Place,  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  Norfolk 
Regt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  Bar. 

FRANCIS  JAMES  WARD  GURNEY. 

Articled  to  Henry  Chaundler,  of  Biggleswade,  Beds.  Mobilised  Aug.  4, 
1914,  as  Lance-Corporal,  Bedfordshire  Yeomanry,  attached  to  Headquarters 
Warwickshire  Infantry  Brigade  Aug.  to  Oct.  1914,  with  Bedfordshire  Yeomanry 
Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  attached  to  Headquarters  South  Midland  Infantry 
Brigade  Jan.  to  May  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Bedfordshire  Regt. 
July  24,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  appointed  to  command  162nd  Light 
Trench  Mortar  Battery,  with  acting  rank  of  Capt.  Aug.  1918.  Served  in  France 
March  to  May  1915,  Egypt  and  Palestine  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

KENNETH  GERARD  GURNEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Janson,  Cobb  &  Co.,  of 
22  College  Hill,  E.C.  Joined  May  23,  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Received  commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt. 
Gloucestershire  Regt.  Dec.  19,  1916,  transferred  to  2/6  Batt.  Feb.  1917.  Served 
in  France  Feb.  1917  to  Dec.  1917.  Wounded  near  la  Vacquerie  Dec.  2,  1917. 
Found  by  German  search  party  on  Dec.  4  after  lying  out  forty-eight  hours,  and 
taken  to  Walincourt  Military  Hospital.  Died  from  effects  of  wound  Dec.  17, 
1917. 

WILLIAM  GUTHRIE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906,  practised  at  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Labour  Coy. 

ALBERT  NORMAN  GUTTERIDGE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  Middleton  &  Gutteridge,  of  Dunstable. 
Joined  April  22,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  17th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (T.F.), 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1917.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  on  Somme  Oct.  1, 
1916. 


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KENWOOD  GUY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912,  practising  at  Bodmin.  Joined  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  No.  2  Heavy  Battery  Cornwall  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916. 

RICHARD  BERTRAM  GUY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  Guy  &  Gribble,  of  Cardiff  and  Penarth. 
Joined  May  1917,  as  Assistant  Paymaster,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 
Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force  April  1,  1918.  Served  in  Italy  and  at 
Home. 

CLAUD  JAMES  MATTHEW  GWATKIN. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Of  Abergavenny.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  Batt. 
Monmouthshire  Regt. 

GERALD  CROWTHER  GWYNN. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Member  of  Gwynn,  Onslow  &  Co.,  of  Bristol. 
Joined  Oct.  21,  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  Temp.  Major 
1915  to  1917.  Later  Staff  Capt.  XVII.  Corps,  B.E.F.,  France.  Once  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France  1916  to  1919. 

HUBERT  LLEWELYN  GWYNNE. 

Articled  to  A.  H.  Shaw,  of  Leek.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  Batt.  North 
Staffordshire  Regt,  July  22,  1915.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1915  to  July  1916, 
and  in  France  July  to  Nov.  1916.  "  Missing,  believed  killed,"  on  the  Somme 
Nov.  19,  1916. 


NORMAN  HACKER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Hacker  &  Michelmore,  of  Newton 
Abbot.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  (T.)  and 
sent  to  India.  Volunteered  for  service  in  Mesopotamia  and  attached  to  2nd 
Batt.  Dorset  Regt.  Gazetted  Capt.  (Regular  Army)  July  1916.  Served  in 
India  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Mesopotamia  Dec.  1915  to  Oct.  1917.  Wounded 
in  Battle  of  Jebel  Hamriu  March  25,  1917.     Killed  Oct.  26,  1917. 

ALFRED  HACKING. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Member  of  Chamberlayne,  Hacking  &  Co.,  of 
45  Parliament  Street,  S.W.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers. 
Gazetted  Lieut.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  Sept.  1914, 
promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1915,  Lieut. -Col.  Aug.  1918.  Three  times  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  Bar  and  M.C.  Served  in  France  Feb. 
1915  to  Oct.  1918.     Wounded  at  Ramicoort  Oct.  3,  1918. 

HORACE  BOOTH  HACKNEY. 

Articled  to  G.  L.  Pedley,  of  Tunstall,  Staffordshire.  Joined  Sept.  7, 1914,  as 
Private,  5th  Batt  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Corporal  June  1915. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Middlesex  Regt.  Sept.  15,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan. 
1917.  Awarded  French  Croix  de  Guerre  with  Silver  Star.  Served  at  Home 
Sept.   1914    to  April    1916,    France  April   1916  to  Nov.   1917,    Italy    Nov. 


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1917  to  Feb.  1918,  France  and  Germany  Feb.  1918  to  Feb.  1919.     Gassed 
Sept.  1918. 

ALAN  HACKSVORTH. 

Articled  to  F.  S.  Gaylor,  of  4  Old  Burlington  Street,  W.  Joined  Aug. 
1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court,  O.T.C.  Transferred  Sept.  1914  as  Gunner 
B.  Battery,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery 
Oct.  14,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  Egypt  and  Aden  April  1915  to  May  1916,  and  in  France  Dec.  1916 
to  April  1919.     Gassed  Aug.  1918. 

ALBERT  VICTOR  LEOPOLD  HADAWAY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Practised  at  North  Shields.  Served  as  Private, 
2nd  Sportsman's  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
4th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Also  in  Machine 
Gun  Corps. 

ALBERT  VICTOR  HADEN. 

Articled  to  H.  L.  Lester,  of  Walsall.  Joined  Sept.  17,  1915,  as  Rifleman, 
in  the  2/9  Batt.  County  of  London  Regiment  (Queen  Victoria's  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps  Dec.  29,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July 
1918.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded  at  or  near  Wytschaete, 
Belgium,  July  24,  1917. 

WILLIATH  HELM  HADFIELD. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Member  of  Lake,  New,  &  Hadfield,  of  Stockport. 
Joined  March  1,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court,  O.T.C.  Subsequently 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Gloucestershire  Regt. 

WILLIAM  HADGKISS. 

Articled  to  George  Thomas,  of  Redditch.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th 
(Service)  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt. 

ARTHUR  WILLIAM  HADRILL. 

Admitted  May  1900.  Member  of  Mackrell,  Maton,  Godlee  &  Quincey, 
of  21  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  as  Private,  on 
outbreak  of  War.  After  a  few  months  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Lincolnshire 
Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  March  1915.  Went  to  the  Dardanelles,  attached 
1st  Batt.  Royal  Munster  FusiHers  July  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Suvla  Bay 
Aug.  12,  1915. 
AMYAND  JAMES  RIDER  HAGGARD. 

Articled  to  A.  F.  Francis,  of  23  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined 
Aug.  7,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle 
Brigade).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Batt.  Oct.  11,  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 
The  Queen's  Regt.  Nov.  1915,  G.S.O.  III.  Northern  Command  June  1917  to 
Feb.  1918.  Served  in  France  1916  to  1918.  Wounded  July  1,  1916,  and 
gassed  Sept.  29,  1918. 

BERNARD  HAGGIS. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Stocker,  of  150  Fenchurch  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  9, 
1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regiment  (Artists  Rifles). 
Transferred  to  Meteorological  Section,  Royal  Engineers,  Aug.  1915,  promoted 


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"Corporal  Aug.  1915  and  Sergt.  March  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home  Sept  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  in  France  Jan.  1915  to  Jan.  1918, 
and  in  Italy  Jan.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

CHARLES  DOUGLAS  HAGON. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hagon  &  Teek,  of  Bridg- 
water. Joined  March  25,  1916,  as  Private,  Somerset  Light  Infantry.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  March  1917.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Wounded  in  France  July  1917.     Died  of  wounds  Aug.  3,  1917. 

WILFRED  HAGUE. 

Admitted  May  1913,  practising  at  Sedbergh,  Yorks.  Served  as  Trooper, 
Westmorland  and  Cumberland  Yeomanry. 

JAMES  JOHNSON  HAIGH. 

Admitted  June  1912,  practising  at  Selby.  Served  as  Private,  1st 
Sportsman's  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Subsequently  obtained  commission  in 
5th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Taken  prisoner  Aug.  1916. 

WALTER  HAINSWORTH. 

Admitted  July  1915.  Of  Doncaster.  Served  as  Lance-Corporal,  53rd 
(Y.S.)  Batt.  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry. 

HENRY  CHICHELEY  HALDANE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1897.  Member  of  Neish,  Howell  &  Haldane,  of  47 
Watling  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  West  Kent  Yeomanry. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse  Nov.  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1917,  Capt.  May  1918.  Four  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
O.B.E.  (miitary  Division).     Served  in  France  Sept.  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

GEOFFREY  THOMAS  HALE. 

Articled  to  A.  H.  L.  Knapp,  of  1  King's  Bench  Walk,  Temple, 
E.C.  Enhsted  Sept.  28,  1914,  in  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Commissioned  in  7th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  Nov.  24,  1914, 
transferred  to  9th  Batt.  July  1915,  transferred  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  Dec. 
1915,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  July  1916,  Capt.  Dec.  1917,  Major  July  1918. 
Served  with  Machine  Gun  Corps  in  38th,  16th,  19th,  61st,  and  35th  Divisions. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France  May  1916  to  April  1919. 

JOHN  BASELEY  HALES. 

Admitted  July  1914.  Of  Norwich.  Served  as  Sergeant,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.  Subsequently  obtained  commission  in  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry 
and  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.     INIentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

WILLIAM  CLIFFORD  HALES. 

Articled  to  A.  W.  Stirling,  of  6  Old  Jewy,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  31,  1914, 
as  Private,  Norfolk  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  Mar.  6, 
1915.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  night  attack  Oct.  23-24,  1916,  and  buried 
on  battlefield. 

ALFRED  HALKYARD. 

Admitted  Feb.  1916.  Of  Leicester.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Private,  Inns 
of  Court  O.T.C.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Leicestershire  Regt.,  and  promoted 


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Lieut.  March  1918.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Captured 
May  27,  1918.     Repatriated  Christmas  1918. 

ALFRED  EDWARD  HALL. 

Articled  to  R.  A.  Burrows,  of  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as  Gunner, 
Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

ARTHUR  WILLMM  GANE  HALL. 

Articled  to  C.  Cheesman,  of  Nottingham.  Joined  Nov.  1,  1914,  as  Private, 
Nottingham  University,  O.T.C.,  attached  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  North  Midland  Divisional  Cyclist  Company  (T.F.)  Feb.  19,  1915, 
promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  transferred  to  VII  Corps  Cyclist  Batt. 
(Army  Cyclist  Corps)  April  1917,  promoted  Substantive  Lieut.  July  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Feb.  1915  to  April  1917, 
France  April  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

CECIL  WILLIAM  HALL. 

Articled  to  T.  W.  Hall,  of  61  West  Smithfield,  E.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  4, 
1914,  as  Lance-Corporal,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 
Commissioned  as  Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Aug.  1915, 
promoted  Temp.  Capt.  July  1916,  afterwards  Temp.  Capt.  1st  Batt.  Somerset 
Light  Infantry.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at 
Home  Aug.  to  Sept.  1914  and  Dec.  1917  to  May  1918,  and  in  France  Sept. 
1914  to  Dec.  1917.  Woimded  at  the  taking  of  the  Drocourt-Queant  Line, 
Sept.  1918. 

CHARLES  JOHN  ERNEST  HALL. 

Admitted  July  1898.  Member  of  Hall  &  Co.,  of  Manchester.  Served 
with  British  Red  Cross  Society  (Cheshire  Branch)  as  Assistant  Coimty  Director 
(Transport).     Awarded  O.B.E. 

HARRY  HALL. 

Admitted  April  1893,  practised  at  Hull.  Served  as  Major,  East  Riding 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

HENRY  SIDNEY  HOFMAN  HALL. 

Admitted  May  1909,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Served  as  Temp.  Capt., 
Royal  Fusiliers.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O. 

JAMES  MALCOLM  HALL. 

Articled  to  J.  N.  Bailey,  of  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Served  as  Private, 
13th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (T.) 

JOHN  HALL. 

Admitted  May  1882.  Member  of  Hall  &  Smith,  of  Bury.  Served  from 
Sept.  1914  as  Lieut. -Col.,  5th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers. 

JOHN  HALL. 

Admitted  Aug.  1903.  Of  Torquay.  Served  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery.     Died  in  Hospital  Feb.  25,  1917. 

JOHN  PHILIP  HALL. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Hall,  of  Bolton.  Joined  May  24,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
2/3  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916. 
Served  in  France.     Wounded  June  1917. 


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LANCELOT  EDEY  HALL. 

Admitted  July  1910.  Member  of  Thomas  William  Hall  &  Son,  of  61 
West  Smithfield,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Sergeant  in  14th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish).  Commissioned  as  Temp.  Lieut. 
Royal  Army  Ordnance  Department  May  27,  1915,  appointed  A/Capt.  Feb.  1918, 
Temp.  Capt.  Nov.  1918.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Sept.  1914  and  April  1915 
to  March  1919,  and  in  France  Sept.  1914  to  April  1915. 

JOHN  WILLIAM  HALLAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Served  as  Private, 
No.  2  School  of  Observers,  Royal  Air  Force. 

LEONARD  JAMES  HALLETT. 

Admitted  July  1919.  Managing  Clerk  -wath  Trower,  Still,  Parkin  & 
Keeling,  of  5  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Enlisted  March  26,  1916,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  and  subsequently  promoted  CorporaL 
Served  at  Home. 

GERARD  RIA^RS  HALLIDAY. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Warner,  of  Winchester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Wessex 
Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.). 

CHARLES  STUART  HALLINAN. 

Articled  to  Harry  Cousins,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  Oct.  1915  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.  (Cavalry).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3/2  Welsh  Brigade  Royal  Field 
Artillery  June  1916,  transferred  to  the  Royal  Flying  Corps  Oct.  1916.  Served 
at  Home.     Discharged  July  18,  1917,  after  three  months  in  hospital. 

CYRIL  ERNEST  HALLIWELL. 

Articled  to  John  Haslam,  of  Bury.  Joined  Sept.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
8th  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

ROBERT  HALSALL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  W.  and  R.  Hodge  &  Halsall,  of  South- 
port.     Served  as  Cadet,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 

WALTER  JOHNSTONE  HALSEY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1899.  INIember  of  Halsey,  Lightly  &  Hemsley,  of  32  St. 
James's  Place,  S.W.     Served  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt. 

FREDERIC  WILLIAM  HALTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1895.  Member  of  Halton  &  Hodgson,  of  Carlisle.  Served 
as  Capt.  and  Adjutant,  4th  Batt.  Border  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Lieut.- 
Colonel. 

REGINALD  BARNES  HAZIER. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Hamer,  of  Bolton.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as  Private, 
20th  (Public  Schools)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Manchester 
Regt.  Dec.  21,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916.  Served  in  France,  Germany, 
and  at  Home.  Wounded  near  Trones  Wood  July  20,  1916,  and  taken 
prisoner  at  Rocquigny,  near  Bapaume,  March  24,  1918,  interned  at  Rostatt 
(Baden)  and  then  at  Graudenz,  near  Danzig.  Returned  to  England  Dec.  21, 
1918. 


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SAMUEL  HAMER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Of  Ashton-under-Lyne.  Joined  Sept.  20,  1915, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  32nd  Batt.  Northumber- 
land Fusiliers  April  26,  1916.  Went  to  France  June  1916  attached  to  the 
26th  Batt.     Killed  at  Arras  April  14,  1917. 

ALFRED  GEORGE  HAMILTON. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  Hobbs,  of  Bristol.  Served  as  Trooper,  Royal  Gloucester- 
shire Hussars  and  afterwards  promoted  Capt.,  subsequently  transferred  to  the 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  as  Sergeant. 

GEORGE  HAMILTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1898.  Member  of  Adler  &  Perowne,  of  46  and  47  London 
Wall,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  6,  1914,  from  Reserve  of  Officers  (Special  Reserve) 
King  Edward's  Horse.  Major  4th  Reserve  Cavalry,  Tidworth,  Aug.  1914  to 
Jan.  1915,  Adjutant  and  Quartermaster  Coast  Defence  No.  1  Area  North 
March  1915  to  May  1916,  and  to  Secret  Area,  Suffolk,  May  1916  to  June  1917, 
Assistant  Commandant  Prisoners  of  War  Camp,  Handforth,  July  1917  to  June 
1919,  Commandant  and  promoted  Lieut.-Col.  June  1919  to  Jan.  1920. 

JOHN  HAMMILL. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913,  practising  at  St.  Helens.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  7th  (Service)  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Feb. 

1915.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  July  1915,  in  France  July  1915  to  June 

1916,  in  India  July  to  Sept.  1917,  and  in  Mesopotamia  Sept.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

EDWARD  WATKIN  HAMMOND. 

Admitted  July  1913,  practising  at  Pontypridd.  Served  as  Trooper, 
Glamorganshire  Yeomanry. 

FREDERICK  BASIL  HANCOCK. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913,  practising  at  Shipston-on-Stour.  Joined  Oct.  21, 
1914,  as  Private,  2/9  Batt.  Royal  Scots.  Commissioned  to  Kent  Cyclist  Batt. 
May  1,  1915,  Station  Staff-Officer,  Ferozepore,  India,  March  1918  to  Oct.1919. 
Served  at  Home,  in  India,  Waziristan,  and  Afghanistan. 

JOHN  ARNOLD  HANCOCK. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  Manchester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
7th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  (T.). 

JOHN  JUST  HANDCOCK. 

Admitted  Feb.  1878.  Member  of  Downing  &  Handcock,  of  Cardiff. 
Served  as  Col.,  Glamorgan  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.). 

HAROLD  HANDLEY. 

Admitted  April  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  C.  G.  Thomson  &  Wilson, 
of  Kendal.  Joined  Aug.  29,  1914,  as  Private,  1/4  Batt.  Border  Regt.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  1/5  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.  April  16,  1918,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept. 
1919.     Served  in  Burma  and  India. 

SAMUEL  HANDS. 

Admitted  March  1908,  practising  at  97  Gresham  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Private,  City  of  London  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps. 


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ARTHUR  ANDERSON  HANHART. 

Admitted  July  1904.  Member  of  Hanhart  &  Co.,  of  20  Southampton 
Street,  High  Holborn,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery- 
Company  and  attained  the  rank  of  Lance-Sergeant.  Commission  to  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  (Special  Reserve)  July  7,  1916,  promoted  Capt.  June  1918. 
Served  in  France  Sept.  1916  to  March  1919. 

WILLIAM  HANNA. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Member  of  Bain  &  Hanna,  of  Sunderland.  Served 
as  Gunner,  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

CECIL  DENBIGH  HANNAM. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Member  of  North  &  Sons,  of  Leeds.  Joined  Sept. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/7  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1914, 
Capt.  Feb.  1915.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Wounded  May  4,  1917,  at  Bullecourt. 

ALEXANDER  ARNOLD  HANNA Y. 

Admitted  Nov.  1881,  practising  at  5  Albemarle  Street,  W.  Served  with 
French  Red  Cross,  Chef  Adjoint,  Convois  d' Automobiles.  Given  the  Honorary 
rank  of  Lieut,  in  H.M.  Forces.     Awarded  Croix  de  Guerre. 

HUGH  JAMES  HANSCOMBE. 

Admitted  Sept.  1903,  practising  at  Hitchin.  Joined  Sept.  29,  1914,  as 
Private,  City  of  London  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  South  Lancashire 
Regt.  Nov.  30,  1914,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  General  List  Oct.  1918.  Served 
at  Dardanelles  and  Home.     Wounded  at  Dardanelles  June  4,  1915. 

HENRY  HANSON. 

Admitted  July  1895.  Member  of  Walker  &  Hanson,  of  Nottingham. 
Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Capt.,  7th  (Robin  Hood)  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt. 
(Sherwood  Foresters).     Served  in  France. 

OSWALD  HESKETH  HANSON. 

Admitted  May  1898.  Member  of  Beamish,  Hanson,  Airy  &  Co.,  of  60 
Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut. -Commander,  Royal 
Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  with  Naval  Division  in  Flanders  1914. 
Taken  prisoner  and  shot  by  the  Germans  Oct.  11,  1914. 

THOMAS  REGINALD  HANSON. 

Articled  to  A.  Wright,  of  Birmingham.  Served  with  1st  Birmingham 
Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 

THOMAS  MILNES  HARBOTTLE. 

Articled  to  R.  S.  Middleton,  of  Sunderland.  Joined  Aug.  28,  1914,  as 
Private,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish),  promoted 
Lance-Sergeant  Dec.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  18th  Batt.  Durham  Light 
Infantry  Jan.  14,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916,  transferred  Royal  Engineers 
Oct.  1916,  promoted  A/Capt.  Nov.  1917,  Temp.  Capt.  Oct.  1918.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt,  France,  Belgium,  and  Army  of  Occupation. 
Wounded  Somme  July  1,  1916. 


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TRAVERS  BIDDER  HARBY. 

Admitted  June  1889.  Member  of  Stilwell  &  Harby,  of  Dover.  Served 
as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve. 

WILLIAM  WALLACE  HARDEN. 

Admitted  Jan.  1915,  practising  at  49  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  14th  Reserve  Battery  Royal  Field  Artiller3^ 

JAMES  OGDEN  HARDICKER. 

Admitted  July  1893.  Member  of  J.  Ogden  Hardicker  &  Hanson,  of 
Manchester.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Capt.,  7th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  and 
subsequently  promoted  to  Lieut.-Col.  Discharged  in  1917.  Died  April  7, 
1919,  of  consumption  contracted  in  Gallipoli. 

CECIL  SUTTON  MONTIS  HARDING. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Burchell,  Wilde  &  Co.,  of  36  Victoria 
Street,  S.W.  Joined  April  1917,  as  Capt.  and  Adjutant,  General  List.  Served 
at  Home. 

CHARLES  FRANCIS  HARDING. 

Admitted  April  1907.  Member  of  Elliott  &  Harding,  of  Hastings.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  Rifleman,  5th  Batt.  The  Rifle  Brigade.  Discharged  owing  to  ill- 
health,  and  subsequently  rejoined  Jan.  1,  1917,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  and 
afterwards  Labour  Corps,  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.     Served  at  Home. 

CLIVE  SCOTLAND  HARDING. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practised  at  Dorking,  Surrey.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt. 

EDWARD  SAMUEL  HARDING. 

Admitted  Sept.  1915.  Managing  Clerk  with  Harding  &  Barnett,  of 
Leicester.  Joined  June  12,  1916,  as  Ordinary  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve.  Rated  Able  Seaman  Sept.  1916,  Ordinary  Telegraphist  Jan.  1917, 
Telegraphist  Sept.  1917,  Leading  Telegraphist  Sept.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

LAURANCE  HARDING. 

Admitted  March  1903.  Member  of  Harding  &  Harding,  of  50  Lincoln's 
Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  14, 1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
(M.T.),  promoted  Sergeant  Dec.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.)  June  24,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1918,  Served  in 
France. 

BASIL  BROCAS  HARDMAN. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Hardman,  of  Deal.  Joined  Aug.  12,  1914,  as  Private, 
4th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Indian  Army 
Reserve  of  Officers  July  29,  1915,  and  posted  to  Gurkha  Rifles,  promoted 
Lieut.  Oct.  1916.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Oct.  1914,  India  and  Burma 
Dec.  1914  to  Aug.  1916,  Mesopotamia  Aug.  1916  to  Oct.  1918.  Killed  in  action 
near  Huwaish,  Mesopotamia,  Oct.  29,  1918. 

PHILIP  LEYCESTER  HARDMAN. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Hardman,  of  Deal.  Joined  Aug.  13,  1914,  as  Private, 
4th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Gurkha 
Rifles  July  29,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916.     Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Oct. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  241 

1914,  India  Dec.  1914  to  Aug.  1916,  Mesopotamia  Aug.  1916  to  Sept.  1918, 
Salonica  Oct.  to  Nov.  1918,  and  Russia  Dec.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

WILLIAM  HOWARD  HARDMAN. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  J.  H.  Chadwick,  of  Rochdale. 
Joined  June  28,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Transferred  to 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Served  in 
France  1915  to  1918. 

HERBERT  JUNIUS  ALLEN  HARDWICKE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903.  Member  of  Gaby  &  Hardwicke,  of  Bexhill.  Served 
at  the  School  of  Military  Aeronautics,  Royal  Air  Force. 

ALFRED  GEORGE  HARDY. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined 
April  28,  1917,  Royal  Flying  Corps.     Served  with  the  Scottish  Command. 

HAROLD  JOHN  HARDY. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Member  of  W.  T.  Hindmarsh  &  Hardy,  of  Alnwick. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

BERNARD  URMSTON  HARE. 

Articled  to  H.  D.  Haslewood,  of  139  Temple  Chambers,  E.C.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  14th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Killed  in  action  at  La  Bassee  Sept.  25,  1915. 

EVAN  AMYAS  ALFRED  HARE. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practised  at  139  Temple  Chambers,  E.C.  Joined 
Sept.  1914  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Subsequently 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Killed  in  action  at  Neuve 
Chapelle  March  10,  1915. 

DOUGLAS  HARRY  BERNARD  HARFIELD. 

Admtted  Aug.  1914.  Member  of  Swayne,  Havers  &  Harfield,  of 
Southampton.  Joined  April  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Hampshire  Regt.,  trans- 
ferred from  10th  (Service)  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  from  original  rank  to  Staff 
Capt.  Lines  of  Communications,  Salonica,  Nov.  1917,  promoted  to  D.A.Q.M.G. 
(Major  on  General  Staff)  Salonica  Base  Jan.  1919,  and  to  27th  Division  in 
Transcaucasia  May  1919.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
Greek  Order  of  Military  Merit.  Served  at  Home  April  to  Oct.  1915,  Serbia  Nov. 
to  Dec.  1915,  Salonica  Jan.  1916  to  May  1919,  Transcaucasia  May  to  Oct.  1919. 

PERCY  HARFORD. 

Admitted  April  1910.  Member  of  Elkin,  Henriques  &  Harford,  of 
3  Salters'  Hall  Court,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  Uni- 
versity of  London  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  London  Royal  Field 
Artillery  June  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  Oct.  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France  3  years. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  ROBERT  HARGRAUE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1903,  practising  at  24  John  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C. 
Joined  Nov.  12,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut, 
and  seconded  to  Army  Signal  Service  Royal  Engineers.  Served  at  Home 
1915  to  March  1917  and  in  Flanders  March  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 


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JAJVIES  BARNARD  HARGREAVE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914.  Member  of  Brooks,  Monk  &  Hargreave,  of  Birming- 
ham. Joined  Aug.  24,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/6  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire 
Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916,  Capt.  June  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  Aug.  18,  1916. 

HARRY  HARGREAVES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912,  practising  at  Barking.  Joined  Oct.  8,  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  11th  (Service)  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Major 
Aug.  1915.     Served  in  France  3  years. 

ROBERT  HARGREAVES. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Member  of  Parker,  Brailsford  &  Hargreaves,  of 
Sheffield.     Served  as  Quartermaster-Sergeant  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

RICHARD  HARLAND. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909,  practised  at  Scarborough.  Joined  June  1917,  as 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  March  1918,  and  posted  to  254th  Siege  Battery. 
Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  June  16,  1918. 

PERCY  HARPER. 

Admitted  Jan.  1902.  Member  of  Butcher  &  Harper,  of  32  Gresham 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  June  26,  1916,  as  Cadet,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  com- 
missioned Aug.  11,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

ROBERT  HARRADINE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900,  practising  at  Broad  Street  House,  E.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

HUGH  VINCENT  HARRAWAY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  12  South  Square,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C. 
Joined  May  21,  1917,  as  Cadet,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  No.  2  Water  Tank  Coy.  July  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France,  Belgium,  and  Germany. 

EDWARD  AUGUSTINE  HEWITT  HARRIES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1904.  Member  of  Riccard  &  Son,  of  South  Molton,  Devon. 
Joined  June  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt,  promoted  Lieut. 

FRANK  SHEARME  HARRIES. 

Admitted  May  1911,  practising  at  Cardiff.  Served  as  Private,  4th  Public 
Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

IVOR  HARRIES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1886,  practising  at  Llanidloes,  Montgomeryshire.  Joined 
Jan.  8,  1915,  as  Private,  24th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Corporal  Oct. 
1916,  transferred  to  105th  Training  Reserve  Batt.  March  1917,  to  5th  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers  Dec.  1917,  and  to  Army  Pay  Corps  March  1918.  Served  at 
Home. 

THOMAS  MARCHANT  HARRIES. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Member  of  Marchant,  Harries  &  Jones,  of  Aberdare. 
Joined  Oct.  31,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service.     Served  at  Home. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  243 

HANRY  NAZEBY  HARRINGTON. 

Articled  to  G.  A.  Solly,  of  Birkenhead.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut., 
8rd  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt,  promoted  Capt.  Feb.  1915.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  and  taken  prisoner  Oct.  13, 
1914.     Interned  in  Switzerland  Nov.  1917,  repatriated  June  1918. 

ARNOLD  FRANK  STAPLETON  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1915.  Clerk  with  Stow,  Preston  &  Lyttelton,  of  12  Lincoln's 
Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  16,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Commissioned  in  Devonshire  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  March  3,  1915,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Aug.  1917,  A/Major  Sept.  1918.  Served 
in  France. 

ARTHUR  ERNEST  HARRIS. 

Admitted  June  1901.  Member  of  Edward  Gerrish,  Harris  &  Co.,  of 
Bristol.  Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Served 
with  British  Salonica  Force  in  the  Balkans. 

ARTHUR  LEA  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Member  of  Houghton,  Myres  &  Reveley,  of  Preston. 
Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt., 
promoted  Capt.  1916.  Served  in  Belgium  and  France  1915  and  1917.  Killed 
in  action  at  Ypres  July  31,  1917. 

DONALD  FRANK  HARRIS. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Harris,  of  Bristol.  Joined  Sept.  30,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
6th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  Dec. 
1917,  attached  Trench  Mortar  Brigade,  48th  Division,  B.E.F.,  May  1917, 
attached  48th  Divisional  Artillery  Headquarters  as  Divisional  Trench  Mortar 
Officer  Sept.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France,  Belgium,  and  Italy. 

EVAN  ARTHUR  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practising  at  Chester.  Commissioned  Jan.  7,  1916, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/5  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 
Served  at  Home  Jan.  1916  to  Oct.  1918,  and  in  Palestine  and  Egypt  Oct.  1918 
to  March  1919. 

FREDERIC  VIVIAN  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1914.  In  Solicitor's  Department  of  London  County 
Council,  59  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Dec.  10,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Fusiliers, 
employed  with  10th  Batt.  Count}?^  of  London  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov. 
1916,  Capt.  Nov.  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt,  Palestine,  and 
Syria.     Wounded  at  Gaza  Nov.  2,  1917. 

HAROLD  HENRY  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1899.  Member  of  H.  S.  Harris  &  Co.,  of  63  Coleman  Street, 
E.C.     Served  as  Lieut.,  3rd  County  of  London  Yeomanry  (Sharpshooters). 

HENRY  BLACKWALL  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1896.  Member  of  W.  Cecil  Harris,  of  Leicester  and  London. 
Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers.  Obtained  commission  as  Lieut, 
in  11th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  Sept.  1914,  promoted  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Major  Oct. 


244  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

1915.     Served  in  France  and  Flanders  Aug.   1915  to  June  1916.     Disabled 
through  accident.     Discharged  Sept.  1916. 

JAMES  HERBERT  HARRIS. 

Articled  to  R.  J.  Harris,  of  Winchester.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1914,  Capt.  June  1916. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  India  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  and  in  Meso- 
potamia March  1915  to  April  1916.  Taken  prisoner  by  Turks  at  Fall  of  Kut- 
el-Amara  April  29,  1916,  escaped  from  Prisoners'  Camp  in  Asia  Minor  Aug.  7, 
1918.  Trekked  350  miles  to  coast  of  Asia  Minor,  captured  Turkish  tug  (motor) 
and  crossed  to  Cyprus  100  miles,  arrived  there  Sept.  13,  1918. 

LAWRENCE  MONTAGUE  HARRIS. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Trenfield,  of  Chipping  Sodbury,  Glos.     Joined  Oct.  3, 

1917,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  (A.C.  2),  promoted  Royal  Navy  (Writer)  April 

1918.  Served  in  Eastern  Mediterranean,  Malta,  and  Italy. 

MONTGOMERY  READER  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Of  Hong  Kong.  Served  as  Capt.,  13th  Batt. 
County  of  London  Regt.,  and  promoted  Major  Jime  1916.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

NATHAN  LEONARD  HARRIS. 

Articled  to  F.  L.  Cooper,  of  Newport,  Mon.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
1st  Batt.  IMonmouthshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers 
1915,  promoted  Capt.  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
Somme  1916.     Killed  in  action  Aug.  1918. 

PERCY  GRAHAM  HARRIS. 

Articled  to  Edgar  Hosking,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  at  outbreak  of  War  as 
Private,  6th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Commission  2nd  Lieut.  13th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Jan.  1915,  attached  as  Lieut.  2nd  Nigerian  Regt. 
W.A.F.F.  Dec.  1916.  Served  Home  from  outbreak  of  War  to  Autumn  1915, 
and  in  France  to  Spring  1916.     Wounded  May  1916. 

THOMAS  RICHARD  HARRIS. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905,  practising  at  Swansea.  Embodied  Aug.  4,  1914, 
as  Capt.,  1st  Welsh  Howitzer  Brigade  (T.),  gazetted  Major  April  1915. 
Served  in  France. 

CHARLES  EDWARD  HARRISON. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  3rd  West 
Lancashire  Field  Ambulance,  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps  (T.). 

CLIFFORD  HARRISON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Member  of  Harrison  &  Sons,  of  Leeds.  Served  as 
A/Bombadier,  255th  A. A.  Section,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

EDGAR  YATES  HARRISON. 

Articled  to  William  Harrison,  of  Manchester.  Enlisted  Sept.  26,  1914, 
as  Private,  2/7  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  April 
1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  (T.)  July  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Havrincourt 
Wood  June  7,  1917. 


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EDWARD  CAYIvEY  HARRISON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Member  of  Waterhouse  &  Co.,  of  1  New  Court, 
Lincobi's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  1911,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery 
{T.)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Major.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C. 

ERIC  VERNON  HARRISON. 

Articled  to  L.  N.  Holden,  of  Lancaster.  Joined  Jan.  3,  1916,  as  Driver, 
"  A "  Battery.  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  subsequently  became  Corporal 
Cadet. 

EUSTACE  JAMES  HARRISON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Member  of  Field,  Sons  &  Harrison,  of  Liverpool. 
Served  as  Major,  6th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.),  and  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut. -Col.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

GEOFFREY  KESTEVEN  HARRISON. 

Articled  to  T.  L.  Kesteven,  of  6  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C  Joined 
July  26,  1912,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/5  Batt.  East  Surrey  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914,  Capt.  June  1916,  A/Major  Oct.  1918  and  attached  5th  Batt.  East 
Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs).  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  Chevalier 
de  Legion  D'Honneur  (French).  Served  in  India  1914  to  1915,  Mesopotamia 
1915  to  1919.     Wounded  slightly  Dec.  19,  1916. 

GEORGE  ROWLAND  DEVEREUX  HARRISON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  Harrison  &  Sons,  of  Welshpool. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  Montgomeryshire  Yeomanry.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  Egypt  and  Palestine. 

JOHN  STITBBS  HARRISON. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Member  of  Meade,  King  &  Co.,  of  Bristol.  Joined 
Oct.  20,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/1  (South  Midland)  Royal  Field  Artillery,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  Capt.  March  1915,  Staff  Capt.  Royal  Artillery  Jan. 
1916,  Staff  Capt.  General  Headquarters,  Great  Britain,  Jan.  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served 
at  Home. 

LIONEL  JOSEPH  BRIGGS  HARRISON. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Briggs,  of  Derby.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt. 
Notts,  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters). 

WILLIAM  STANFORD-BENNETT  HARRISON. 

Admitted  June  1913.  Of  Wandsworth,  S.W.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as 
Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  9th  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  Jan.  16,  1915.  Served  in 
France  Nov.  1915  to  July  1916.  Killed  in  action  at  La  Boisselle  on  the  Somme 
July  7,  1916. 

WILLIAM  STANLEY  HARRISON. 

Articled  to  Henry  Hughes,  of  7  Arthur  Street,  London  Bridge,  E.C.  Joined 
May  1,  1918,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  transferred  as  Gunner  Royal 
Field  Artillery  July  1918.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.) 
April  5,  1919.     Served  at  Home. 


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LENNY  SEPTBIUS  HARRISON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908,  practising  at  Southwold,  Suffolk,  as  Cooper  & 
Harrison.  Joined  March  1,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt, 
(T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  seconded  to  17th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt. 
(T.)  July  1916,  A/Capt.  July  1918  till  April  1919.  Engaged  for  foreign 
service  but  in  consequence  of  injuries  received  on  manoeuvres  was  forced  ta 
serve  at  Home  for  whole  period. 

FREDERICK  HARDY  HARROP. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practising  at  Manchester.  Served  as  Lieut.,  4th 
Batt.  Tank  Corps. 

CECIL  EDGAR  HART. 

Admitted  Dec.  1903,  practising  at  Guildford  and  Godalming.  Joined 
Aug.  16,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut,  m  same  regiment  Feb.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1918.  Served  in 
France  March  1917  to  April  1919.     Gassed  July  31,  1917. 

CECIL  HENRY  HART. 

Articled  to  L.  A.  L.  North,  of  4  Stone  Buildings,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London 
Scottish).  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded  at  Messines  Oct.  31, 
1914.     Taken  prisoner  at  Messines  Nov.  11. 

HENRY  ROBERT  HART. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908.  Member  of  Burton,  Yeates  &  Hart,  of  23  Surrey 
Street,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  31,  1914,  as  Private,  15th  Batt.  London  Regt. 
(Civil  Service  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs)  (T.) 
Dec.  19,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
March  1916  and  March  1917. 

GEOFFREY  HAMILTON  WILLIAM  HARTCUP. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Collisson,  Prichard  &  Barnes,  of  27 
Bedford  Row,  W.C.  EnHsted  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  June  3,  1915.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Dorset  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Oct.  8,  1915,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1916,  A/Capt.  Sept.  1916  (second  in  command  175th  Siege  Battery), 
A/Major  Feb.  1917  (Officer  Commanding  213th  Siege  Battery).  Once  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1916  to 
Jan.  1919. 

ARTHUR  GRAYSON  HARTLEY 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Longbourne,  Stevens  &  Powell,  of 
7  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  19th  (Service)  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers  (Public  Schools  and  University  Corps).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
5th  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.  March  1915,  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 
Served  in  Gallipoli.  Relinquished  commission,  on  accomit  of  ill-health  con- 
tracted on  active  service  overseas,  Aug.  1917. 

CECIL  RICHARD  HARTLEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914,  practised  at  Rochdale.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.  Duke 
of  Lancaster's  Own  Yeomanry  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches. 


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CHRISTOPHER  HARTLEY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  Hartley  &  Pilgrim,  of  Colne,  Lanes. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  East  Lancashire  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  Aug.  26, 

1914,  promoted    Lieut.    Feb.  1915,      Served  at  Home,   Egypt,   and    France. 
Killed  in  action  near  Ypres  Sept.  1,  1917. 

WILLIAM  EDWIN  HARTLEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Clerk  with  Michael  Abrahams  &  Co.,  of  5  Token- 
house  Yard,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  with  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Aug. 

1915.  Served  in  France  Oct.   1914  to  Oct.   1915.     Killed  in  action  at  the 
Hohenzollern  Redoubt  Oct.  1,  1915. 

EDWARD  LIDDELL  HARTOPP. 

Admitted  Jan.  1904,  practised  at  30  Essex  Street,  Strand,  W\C.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  (Special  Reserve  of  Officers). 

GORDON  GILLOTT  HARTWTRIGHT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Day  &  Son,  of  2  Millbank 
House,  Westminster,  S.W.  Rejoined  Aug.  11,  1914,  in  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  (T.)  \^dth  rank  2nd  Lieut.,  promoted  Lieut,  and  subsequently  Capt. 
Served  in  France. 

CHARLES  LEWIS  HARVEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1904.  Member  of  H.  H.  Harvey  &  Son,  of  Spalding, 
Lines.  Joined  Dec.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  March  1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1916.  Served  in  Ireland  1916  and  in 
France  1917.  Wounded  April  8,  1917.  Died  from  wounds  at  2nd  London 
Mihtary  Hospital,  Chelsea,  May  10,  1917. 

EDWARD  WILLIAM  >L\RSHALL  HARVEY. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Thompson,  of  Grantham.  Joined  June  1917,  as  Private, 
West  Yorkshire  Regt.     Served  in  France. 

FREDERICK  WILLIAM  HARVEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912,  practised  at  Chesterfield.  Served  as  Lance-Corporal, 
5th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  and  awarded  the  D.C.M.  Subsequently 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt. 

GEORGE  JORDENS  HARVEY. 

Articled  to  Robert  Harvey,  of  Leicester.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut., 
Leicestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  May  1915.  Served  at  Home  1914  and 
in  France  1915.     Wounded  April  13,  1915. 

LESLIE  HARVEY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907.  Managing  Clerk  ^vith  Soames,  Edwards  &  Jones, 
of  Lennox  House,  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
8th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  Served  at  Gibraltar  1914  and  in  France  1915. 
Killed  in  action  at  Ypres  April  27,  1915. 

REGINALD  FREDERICK  MELVILLE  HARVEY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practised  at  Gloucester.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Gloucestershire    Hussars.     Subsequently    obtained    commission    in    Queen's 


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Own  Worcestershire  Hussars  and  promoted  I^ieut.  Feb.  1918.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

SIDNEY  LANCELOT  HARVEY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.     Member  of  W.  E.  LawTence  &  Harvey,  of  Bristol. 
Served   as  Capt.,  1st  Wessex  Field  Coy.  Royal  Engineers  (T.),   and  subse- 
quently   promoted    Major.      Twice    mentioned    in    Dispatches.       Awarded 
the  M.C. 
FREDERICK  KEITH  HARVEY-SAMUEL. 

Articled  to  F.  H.  Harvey- Samuel,  of  31-34  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Nov.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Hertfordshire 
Regt.  March  1915.  Served  at  Home.  Resigned  Commission  owing  to  ill- 
health  Oct.  1915. 

GERALD  HARWOOD. 

Articled  to  H.  G.  Harwood,  of  31  Lombard  Street,  E.C.     Enlisted  Aug.  31, 

1914,  as  Private,  1st  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
8rd  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  Jan.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1916,  ultimately  joining 
the  Royal  Flying  Corps  in  Oct.  1917.  Awarded  the  A.F.C.  Served  at  Home, 
and  in  Belgium,  France,  Mesopotamia,  Egypt,  and  India.  Killed  as  the  result 
of  an  aeroplane  accident  May  1,  1919. 

MAURICE  WELLS  HARWOOD. 

Articled  to  J.  T.  Plowman,  of  26  Basinghall  Street,  E.C.     Joined  Oct.  17, 

1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Warwick- 
shire Regt.  Nov.  22,  1916,  promoted  Lieut,  and  Assistant  Adjutant  and  Lewis 
Gun  Officer  May  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France,  Belgium,  and  Italy. 

ROBERT  HASELDEN. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Cotterell,  of  Walsall.  Joined  Nov.  11,  1914,  as  Private, 
5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  (T.).  Served  in  France.  Killed  by  a 
German  sniper  Sept.  1,  1915. 

SIDNEY  HASLETT. 

Admitted  March  1902.  Member  of  Martin  &  Haslett,  of  7  Philpot  Lane, 
E.C.  Joined  Dec.  10,  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  11th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Nov.  23,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1918. 
Served  in  France. 

ROGER  JOHN  RODWELL  HASLEWOOD. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  Bridgnorth.  Mobilised  with  Territorial 
Force  at  outbreak  of  War  as  Capt.,  1/4  Batt.  The  King's  Shropshire  Light 
Infantry.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in 
Burma,  Straits  Settlements,  China,  and  France.  Wounded  at  Neuve  Eglise 
April  15,  1918. 

SHEARMAN  MONTAGUE  HASLIP. 

Articled  to  J.  M.  Haslip,  of  6  Martin  Lane,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Nov.  2,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  July 
1917.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  during  Battle  of  the  Somme  Aug.  31, 

1916,  Invalided  Dec.  15,  1917. 


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RAYMOND  WILLIAM  HASTINGS. 

Articled  to  L.  C.  Harvey,  of  Spalding  and  Holbeach.  Joined  Dec.  7, 
1915,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  subsequently  became  Bombardier, 
A/Corporal,  and  Corporal,  B.C.A.  Appointed  to  a  Commission  Sept.  12,  1918, 
and  posted  to  183rd  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Served  in  Egypt 
and  Palestine. 

FRANK  HATCH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901.  Member  of  James,  James  &  Hatch,  of  Wrexham. 
Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  15th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Oct.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  April 
1918.     Served  in  France  1916  to  1918. 

NORMAN  CLAUD  HATCH. 

Admitted  July  1911.  Assistant  Clerk  to  the  Lancashire  Insurance  Com- 
mittee, Preston.  Joined  on  outbreak  of  the  War,  as  Private,  Yorkshire 
Hussars,  and  afterwards  transferred  to  10th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subse- 
quently gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  attached  2nd 
Batt.     Served  in  France.     Killed  on  the  Somme  Oct.  21,  1916. 

LAWRENCE  VICTOR  HATFIELD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909,  practising  at  Shipley,  Yorks.  Joined  Nov.  2,  1916, 
as  Private,  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  transferred  to  Army  Pay  Corps  Jan.  1917, 
promoted  Corporal  May  1918,  subsequently  transferred  to  Special  Audit  Staff. 
Served  at  Home. 

ROY  BERRIMAN  HATFIELD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1912.  On  outbreak  of  War  was  holding  the  appointment 
of  A.D.C.  and  Private  Secretary  to  Sir  John  May,  then  Governor  of  Hong  Kong, 
with  the  local  rank  of  Capt.,  and  at  once  rejoined  the  8th  (City  of  London)  Batt. 
London  Regt.  (Post  Office  Rifles)  in  which  he  obtained  a  commission  in  1912. 
Served  in  France.  Mortally  wounded  at  Festubert  May  24,  1915.  Died  the 
same  day  at  Bethune  Hospital  and  buried  in  Bethune  Cemetery. 

GEORGE  HATT-COOK. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practised  at  Northwich.  Served  as  Capt.,  5th 
(Reserve)  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  (T.),  and  promoted  Major  June  1916. 

GEOFFREY  HATTEN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Member  of  Hatten,  Winnett  &  Hatten,  of  Gravesend. 
Joined  Oct.  1916,  as  Private,  16th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.,  transferred  to  681st  Agri- 
cultural Company  Dec.  1917,  and  to  524th  H.S.  Employment  Company  Aug. 
1918.     Served  at  Home. 

ALAN  HERBERT  HATTON. 

Articled  to  Herbert  Hatton,  of  Warrington.  Joined  Aug.  26,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  (P.W.V.)  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted 
Lieut.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Feb.  to  April  1915.  Wounded  at  St. 
Eloi,  near  Ypres,  April  22,  1915.     Discharged  for  wounds  Nov.  5,  1916. 

GEORGE  ARTHUR  LYON  HATTON. 

Articled  to  John  Venning,  of  5  Gray's  Inn  Square.  Joined  Sept.  30,  1914, 
as   Temp.  Lieut.,  6th  (Service)  Batt.   The    Queen's  Own  Royal  West  Kent 


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Regt.,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Temp.  Capt.  Nov.  1915.  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium  June  1915  to  July  1916.  Wounded  and  taken  prisoner 
at  Ovillers  July  3,  1916.     Repatriated  Nov.  18,  1918. 

JOHN  ALEXANDER  HATTRELL. 

Articled  to  C.  J.  Band,  of  Coventry.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  1/7 
Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Aug. 
1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1917,  Capt.  July  1917  (General  List).  Served  in 
France. 

JOHN  ARNOLD  HAUGHTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1910.  Member  of  Haughton  &  Haughton,  of  Bolton. 
Served  as  Gunner,  No.  7  (Hants)  Fire  Command,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

ARTHUR  CLAUDE  HAVERS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1897.  Of  Mayfield,  Sussex.  Served  as  Lance-Corporal, 
82nd  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

CECn.  ROBERT  HAVERS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914,  practising  at  Norwich.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private, 
Pubhc  Schools  Brigade.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Hampshire  Regt.  (T.) 
Dec.  27,  1914,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  June  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  July  1916, 
Temp.  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps  Aug.  1916,  A/Capt.  Tank  Corps  May  1917, 
Temp.  Capt.  Tank  Corps  Oct.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches  Served 
at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  April  1917  and  May  to  June  1917,  and  in  France 
April  to  May  1917  and  June  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  Wounded  at  Ypres  Oct.  1, 
1917. 

CECIL  HA  WARD. 

Articled  to  T.  H.  Wrensted,  of  63  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  in  Aug.  1914,  obtained  commission  in  Middlesex 
Regt.  Oct.  1914  and  rose  to  rank  of  Capt.  in  same  Regt.  Demobilised 
March  1919.  Served  in  France  and  Salonica.  Wounded  and  taken  prisoner 
Aug.  1918. 

HENRY  FRANCIS  HAWES. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  Hammett,  of  36  Theobald's  Road,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  West  Kent  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916. 

HERBERT  JOHN  HAMBLY  HAWKEN. 

Admitted  July  1910,  practising  at  Plymouth.  Joined  July  8,  1916,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  appointed  A/Bombardier  Oct.  1916,  promoted 
Bombardier  Feb.  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

REGINALD  HAWKEN. 

Admitted  Sept.  1907,  practising  at  Plymouth.  Joined  May  16,  1916,  as 
Private,  2/5  Batt.  The  Queen's  Own  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.,  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  Jan.  1917,  transferred  to  6th  Batt.  Sept.  1917.  Served  at 
Home  INIay  1916  to  Sept.  1917  and  from  latter  date  in  France. 

FRANCIS  SAMUEL  HAWKES. 

Admitted  April  1893,  practised  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Lieut.,  11th  Batt. 
Devonshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1916. 


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ALAN  GEORGE  HAWKINS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905,  practising  at  Colchester.  Joined  June  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.  2/7  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  Served  at  Home.  Discharged  on 
account  of  ill-health  Oct.  1916. 

CHARLES  NEWCOMBE  HAWKINS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Freshfields,  of  31  Old  Jewry,  E.C. 
Joined  Oct.  16,  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  Coimty  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Granted  commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  June  17, 1917,  and  posted  to  Labour 
Corps,  posted  to  431st  Agricultural  Company  Labour  Corps  Dec.  1917,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1918,  A/Capt.  and  O.C.  431st  Agricultural  Company  Feb.  1919, 
and  became  A /Commandant  Agricultural  Distribution  Centre,  Bury  St. 
Edmunds,  March  1919.     Served  at  Home. 

HORATIO  HAWKINS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1884,  practising  at  37  Essex  Street,  W.C,  and  Manchester. 
Rejoined  Nov.  20,  1914,  as  Major  and  Hon.  Lieut. -Col.,  subsequently  Lieut. - 
Col.  and  Honorary  Col.,  commanded  3/7  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  and  6th 
(Reserve)  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  July  1915  to  March  1918.  Served  at 
Home. 

GORDON  HAWLEY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  S.  Pearman  Smith  &  Sons,  of  Walsall. 
Joined  July  17,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Oct.  1916  and  attached  175th  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1918.  Served  in  France  Oct.  1916  to  March 
1919. 

HAROLD  STONES  HA  WORTH. 

Admitted  Aug.  1902.  Member  of  E.  &  B.  Ha  worth,  of  Blackburn.  Joined 
Dec.  5,  1915,  as  Private,  2/15  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Civil  Ser\ice  Rifles),  trans- 
ferred to  Royal  Air  Force  as  an  Air  Mechanic  May  1918.  Served  in  France 
June  to  Nov.  1916,  Salonica  Dec.  1916  to  July  1917,  Palestine  July  1917  to 
Feb.  1918. 

LEONARD  HAWORTH. 

Articled  to  Harold  Fairbrother,  of  Bolton,  Lancashire.  Joined  Sept. 
1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Com- 
missioned as  2nd  Lieut.  1/5  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  May  1916, 
promoted  Lieut,  and  held  Acting  rank  of  Capt.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 
Wounded  Aug.  1,  1917,  and  gassed  on  Somme. 

PERCY  GEOFFREY  DU  VAL  HAWORTH. 

Articled  to  G.  P.  Haworth,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as 
Private,  Public  School  Batt.  Royal  FusiUers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  18th  Batt. 
Manchester  Regt.  Jan.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1915.  Served  at  Home 
until  Nov.  1915,  and  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  July  1916.  Killed  on  the  Somme 
July  30,  1916. 

HERBERT  KEEBLE  HAWSON. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Jackson,  of  Sheffield.  Jomed  Aug.  15,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  3/4  Batt.  East  Lancashire  (Howitzer)  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery, 


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promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  May  1916  to 
Dec.  1918. 

FRANK  FREDERICK  FLINT  HAWTHORN. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Member  of  F.  S.  Hawthorn  &  Son,  of  Uttoxeter. 
Served  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Reserve  Regt. 
of  Cavalry  March  13,  1919. 

JACK  VALENTINE  HAY. 

Articled  to  R.  W.  Emmet,  of  14  Bloomsbury  Square,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  5, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Intelligence  Corps,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps 
Feb.  1917,  and  to  Royal  Air  Force  April  1918.  Employed  Contre-Espionnage, 
Intelligence  Corps,  attached  Roj^al  Engineers  Nov.  1914  to  May  1915  and 
to  Inniskilling  Dragoons,  Sept.  to  Nov.  1916.  Promoted  Lieut.  April  1915, 
Capt.  Sept.  1918.  Awarded  Legion  d'Honneur.  Served  in  France  and 
Belgium. 

JAMES  FREDERICK  HAY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Member  of  Metcalfe,  Sharpe  &  Hay,  of  40  Chancery 
Lane,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  with  the  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(London  Scottish)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Served  in  France  and 
at  Home. 

ROBERT  ALEXANDER  HAYDON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Member  of  Rollit,  Sons  &  Compston,  of  3  Mincing 
Lane,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  July  1917, 
promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919,  attached  to  5th  Army  Headquarters  Feb.  to  March 
1918,  and  to  4th  Army  Headquarters  April  to  Dec.  1918.     Served  in  France. 

DAVID  RITCHIE  HAYES. 

Admitted  July  1908,  practising  at  Leeds.  Joined  March  3, 1916,  as  Gunner, 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Appointed  Signaller  (1st  Class)  Oct.  1917,  and 
Signaller  Lance-Bombardier  March  1918.  Served  in  France  with  111th  Heavy 
Battery. 

JOHN  THOMAS  HAYTON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1917.  Member  of  Todd  &  Hay  ton,  of  Lancaster.  Served 
as  A /Lance-Corporal,  Army  Pay  Corps. 

JOSEPH  HAYTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1905.  Member  of  Hayton,  Simpson  &  Fisher,  of  Cocker- 
mouth.  Served  as  Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  and  afterwards  obtained 
commission  in  the  Border  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

HERBERT  CECIL  HAYWARD. 

Articled  to  A.  H.  Hayward,  of  Leigh,  Lanes.  Joined  April  1918,  as  Private, 
28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).     Served  at  Home. 

DOUGLAS  GEORGE  HAZARD. 

Articled  to  C.  J.  Haydon,  of  Bournemouth.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut.  April 


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1915.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  May  1915  and  in  Flanders  May  8  to  15, 
1915.  Reported  missing,  believed  killed,  at  Hooge,  near  Ypres  May  24-25, 
1915,  and  subsequently  reported  killed  in  action  on  that  date. 

WILLIAM  NOEL  HAZARD. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Hazard,  of  Harleston,  Norfolk.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914 
with  4th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Resigned  commission  and  enlisted  in  6th 
Dragoon  Guards  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  14th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  1917. 
Killed  Aug.  26,  1918,  in  Northern  France. 

ROLANTD  HENRY  HAZEL. 

Admitted  March  1909,  practising  at  East  Grinstead  and  South  Merstham. 
Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Corporal,  Royal  Engineers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in 
same  Regt.  Jan.  9,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  Capt.  Dec.  1918,  Major, 
Jan.  1920.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in 
France  Aug.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  and  in  Egypt,  Palestine,  and  Syria  Feb.  1916 
to  1920. 

THOMAS  MAYNARD  HAZELRIGG. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906,  practised  at  Leicester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Lincoln 
and  Leicester  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.),  promoted  to  Capt.  June  1916. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

JOHN  GUY  HEAL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practising  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps. 

THOMAS  LANE  CLAYPOLE  HEALD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913.  Of  Wigan  and  Southport.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
5th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  T^\ice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

ARTHUR  FRANCIS  HEANE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914,  practising  at  Nottingham.  Joined  April  1916,  and 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Roj^al  Garrison  Artillery  April  1917,  promoted  Lieut. 
Oct.  1918.  Served  in  Palestine  Aug.  1917  to  April  1918,  and  in  France  April 
1918  to  Dec.  1919. 

HAROLD  SCHOFIELD  HEAP. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practising  at  Ashton-under-L>nie.  Joined  Dec.  2, 
1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Dec.  19,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918. 
Served  in  Salonica. 

NORINIAN  HEAP. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Member  of  Heap,  Marshall  &  Heeley,  of  Holmfii-th 
and  Huddersfield.  Joined  Jan.  12,  1907,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 
Served  at  Home. 

STUART  LEIGHTON  HEARD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practising  as  Assistant  Solicitor  to  Plymouth  Cor- 
poration. Joined  June  21,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  12th  Batt.  Worcestershire 
Regt.,  transferred  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  July  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan. 
1917.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  at  Home  June  1015  to  Jan.  1916  and  Feb. 


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to  June  1919,  and  Egypt  and   Palestine  Jan.  1916  to  Feb.  1919.     Wounded 
at  first  Battle  of  Gaza "^ March  26,  1917. 

NATHANIEL  SALMON  HEARLE. 

Admitted  July  1901-,  practised  at  238  Edgware  Road,  W.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Machine  Gun  Corps. 

GEORGE  ROBERT  HEATHCOTE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1898.  Member  of  Heathcote  &  Webb,  of  Manchester 
and  Dukinfield.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt., 
promoted  Capt.  18th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  Oct.  1914.  Appointed  a  Military 
Base  Censor  with  the  Egyptian  Expeditionary  Force  Aug.  1916.  Served  at 
Home  two  years,  and  in  Egypt  three  years. 

JOHN  GYDE  HEAVEN. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911,  practised  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Capt.,  South  Midland 
Divisional  Royal  Engineers. 

GUY  HEDDERWICK. 

Articled  to  A.  S.  Jecks,  of  24  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  On  outbreak  of  War 
joined  the  2nd  County  of  London  Yeomanry  (Westminster  Dragoons)  as  a 
Trooper.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  the  First  Reserve  Cavalry  Aug.  1915  and 
transferred  to  the  Royal  Flying  Corps  May  1916.  Attacked  by  several  enemy 
aircraft  and  forced  to  the  ground  in  the  German  lines.  Reported  missing 
Sept.  22,  1916,  and  subsequently  officiallj^  reported  as  having  died. 

CHRISTOPHER  HENRY  HEDDON. 

Admitted  July  1903,  practising  at  Harrogate  and  Ripon.  Served  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

FRANCIS  READE  HEDGES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1902.  Member  of  Hedges  &  Son,  of  Wallingford. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  Served 
in  Belgium,  France,  and  at  Home. 

HARRY  HEELEY. 

Articled  to  William  Heeley,  of  Holmfirth.  Joined  Sept.  25,  1914,  as 
Private,  1/7  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.,  transferred  to  the 
147th  Machine  Gun  Company  Oct.  1916.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  April 
1915  to  February  1919.     Wounded  May  25,  1915.     Gassed  Dec.  19,  1915. 

GEORGE  HERBERT  HEELIS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1893.  Member  of  E.  &  E.  A.  Heelis,  of  Appleby,  Westmor- 
land. Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Border  Regt.,  promoted 
Temp.  Major  June  1915,  Substantive  Major  June  1916,  A/Lieut. -Col.  July 
to  Aug.  1917.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Oct.  1914,  and  in  India  Oct.  1914  to 
Dec.  1920. 

GUY  HOPES  HEELIS. 

Articled  to  G.  H.  Heelis,  of  Appleby,  Westmorland.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1914, 
as  Private,  1/4  Batt.  Border  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  26,  1915,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  in  Burma  and  Mesopotamia.  Wounded 
Sept.  28,  1917. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  255 

JOHN  ALEXANDER  HELLARD. 

Admitted  June  1906,  practised  at  Colombo.  Served  with  Town  Guard 
Artillery,  Colombo,  1914  to  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  (Reserve) 
Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  June  1915,  attached  1st  Batt.  May  1916. 
Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at  the  first  Battle  of  the  Somme 
July  1,  1916. 

FRANK  ARTHUR  HELLAWELL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Thomas  Dodds,  of  Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne.  Joined  April  2,  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Served 
in  Mesopotamia. 

GEOFFREY  DAVENPORT  HELLIWELL. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Rothwell,  of  Brighouse.  Joined  Dec.  9,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 
Served  in  France  and  Italy. 

HENRY  DAVENPORT  HELLIWELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practising  at  Halifax.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1915,  attached 
20th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  May  to  July  1916,  transferred  to 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.)  July  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  May  1916  and  Aug.  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  France 
May  1916  to  Aug.  1917,  Italy  Sept.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

RICHMOND  PERCIVAL  HELLYAR. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905,  practised  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Company  Quarter- 
master-Sergeant, 1st  Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Subsequently 
gazetted  Lieut.  27th  Divisional  Train  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.), 
promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Sept.  1916.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

WILLIAM  FRANK  HELLYAR. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Hellyar,  of  35  New  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  as  Rifleman,  5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle 
Brigade),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Feb.  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.)  July  22,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1916,  Lieut, 
and  Flying  Officer  (Observer)  Royal  Flying  Corps  Oct.  1916,  Pilot  Oct.  1917, 
Capt.  and  Flight  Commander  Royal  Air  Force  Oct.  1918.  Three  times 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Nov.  1914  to  May 
1917.     Crashed  after  collision  in  mid-air  Easter  Sunday  1917. 

FRANCIS  EDGCOMBE  HELLYER. 

Articled  to  R.  E.  Hellyer,  of  Southsea.  Served  as  Lieut.,  9th  Cyclist 
Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  O.B.E. 

ROY  HELMEROW  HELMER. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practising  at  Barnard  Castle.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as 
Private,  4th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Nov.  1914. 
Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  Dec.  18,  1914,  transferred 
by  order  of  War  Office  to  Signals  Royal  Engineers  Aug.  1915,  promoted  Lieut. 
April  1916,  placed  in  charge  of  15th  Divisional  Artillery  Signals  March  1917 


256  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

as    A/Capt.     Once   mentioned    in   Dispatches.     Awarded  the    M.C.     Served 
in  France  and  Flanders  Oct.  1915  to  June  1918. 

mWARD  CECIL  HEMINGWAY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Member  of  Marcy,  Hemingway  &  Sons,  of  Bewdley. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2/7  Worcestershire  Regt.  Sept.  21,  1914,  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1915.  Served  in  France.  Discharged  Nov.  17,  1916,  on  account  of 
ill-health. 

FRANCIS  WILLIAM  HEMMING. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practised  at  Worcester.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Capt.  June  1915.  Served 
at  Home,  and  in  Flanders  and  France  (2  years  and  2  months  abroad).  Wounded 
April  11,  1917,  wounded  twice  and  afterwards  killed  in  action  at  Guillemont 
Farm,  France,  April  24,  1917. 

OSWALD  ARIHUR  HEMPSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1809.  Member  of  Hempsons,  of  33  Henrietta  Street, 
Strand,  W.C.  Joined  June  6,  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  (S.R.) 
Jan.  13,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1918.  Served  in  France.  Gassed 
Sept.  26,  1917. 

ARCHIE  DOUGLAS  HENDERSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  Shaen,  Roscoe,  Massey  &  Co.,  of  8  Bed- 
ford Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  Norfolk  Regt.,  promoted 
Lance-Corporal  Oct.  1914,  Lance-Sergeant  Dec.  1914,  and  Sergeant  Feb.  1915. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915,  Capt.  July  1915,  Major  Jan.  1919.  Awarded 
D.S.O.  and  Order  of  St.  Vladimar  (Russian)  4th  Class.  Served  at  Home,  Egypt, 
North  Russia,  France,  Italy.     W^ounded  Somme  July  1,  1916. 

ARTHUR  HENDERSON. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Waterman,  of  Regent  House,  Regent  Street,  W.  Served 
as  Private,  1st  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

HENRY  W^ALLACE  HENDERSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909,  practising  at  Port  Talbot.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps. 

MAGNUS  CHARLES  HENDERSON. 

Articled  to  E.  B.  Wannop,  of  Chichester.  Joined  Dec.  3,  1914,  Royal 
Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (London)  as  Ordinary  Seaman  in  the  Royal  Naval 
Division.  Subsequently  gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve 
additional  for  the  Royal  Naval  Division.  Served  in  Gallipoli  May  1915  to 
evacuation,  and  in  France  May  to  Nov.  1916  and  Feb.  to  March  1918.  Wounded 
at  Beaucourt,  France,  Nov,  13,  1916,  and  gassed  at  Ribecourt,  France, 
March  17,  1918. 

MALCOLM  JOHN  HENDERSON. 

Admitted  June  1901.  Member  of  Shaen,  Roscoe,  Massey  &  Co.,  of  8  Bed- 
ford Row,  W.C.  Joined  June  1916,  as  Private,  Essex  Regt.,  and  attained  the 
rank  of  Sergeant.     Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Labour  Corps  attached 


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Lancashire  Fusiliers.     Served  at  home  and  in  France.     Taken  prisoner  whilst  on 
patrol  Aug,  8.  1919. 

WALTER  HENDERSON-CLELAND. 

Admitted  July  1902,  practising  at  Coventry.  Joined  June  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Cameronians  (Scottish  Rifles),  attached  to  2nd  Batt.  Scottish 
Rifles  in  France  May  1916,  appointed  Temp.  Capt.  and  A.P.M.  42nd  Division 
June  1917.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in 
France  and  Flanders  May  1916  to  March  1919. 

HERBERT  GEORGE  HENLEY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Roney  &  Co.,  of  42-45  New 
Broad  Street,  E.G.  Joined  Sept.  8,  1914,  as  Private,  12th  Batt.  liOndon 
Regt.,  promoted  Colour-Sergeant  Oct.  1914,  Company  Quartermaster-Sergeant 
Feb.  1915.     Commissioned  2nd  Lieut,  in  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Feb.  27, 

1917,  transferred  to  Camel  Transport  Corps  May  1918,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug. 

1918.  Served  in  Egypt  and  Palestine. 

FRANK  HERBERT  HENRI. 

Articled  to  John  Watson,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Sept.  11,  1914,  as  Private, 
17th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Cheshire  Regt.  Nov.  30, 
1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1915,  Capt.  Sept.  1917.  Served  at  Home  and  in 
France. 

WILLIAM  AINSWORTH  HENRI. 

Articled  to  Japheth  Tickle,  of  63  Cheapside,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  11th  Batt.  Northumberland 
Fusiliers  Jan.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  1916,  Capt.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Aug.  1915  to  Oct.  1917,  and  in  Italy  Oct.  1917 
to  Jan.  1919. 

RALPH  QUIXANO  HENRIQUES. 

Admitted  April  1898.  Member  of  Elkin,  Henriques  &  Harford,  of  3  Salters' 
Hall  Court,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Mobilised  at  outbreak  of  War,  as  Major,  2nd 
London  Divisional  Engineers  (T.),  subsequently  Lieut.-Col.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  in  France  June  to  Nov.  1916, 
Macedonia  Nov.  1916  to  June  1917,  Egypt  and  Palestine  June  to  Nov.  1917. 

CHARLES  HENSHALL. 

Admitted  May  1911,  practised  at  Timperley,  Cheshire.  Joined  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Manchester  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Capt.  Killed  in 
action  July  11,  1916. 

ROBERT  ALLATT  HEPTONSTALL. 

Articled  to  W.  V.  Dixon,  of  Wakefield.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Bamsley 
Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  transferred  to  the  Tank  Corps  and  attained 
the  rank  of  Capt. 

JOSEPH  HEPWORTH. 

Admitted  Jan.  1906.  Member  of  Hepworth  &  Chad  wick,  of  Leeds. 
Joined  June  26,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Dec.  19,  1917.     Served  in  France. 


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ARTHUR  GRENVILLE  HERBERT. 

Admitted  July  1904.  Member  of  W.  H.  &  A.  G.  Herbert,  of  10  Cork 
Street,  W.  Served  as  Capt.,  London  University  O.T.C.,  and  afterwards  gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs). 

EDWIN  SAVORY  HERBERT. 

Articled  to  G.  A.  Macdonald,  of  2  and  3  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C. 
Joined  Nov.  12,  1917,  as  Ordinary  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve, 
promoted  Signalman  Aug.  1918.     Served  on  Convoy  Service  (North  America). 

RONALD  YOUNG  HERBERT. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Morley,  Shirreff  &  Co.,  of 
Gresham  House,  Old  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Joined  July  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
13th  London  Battery  Royal  Field  Artillery,  afterwards  "  A  "  Battery,  235th 
Brigade,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  in  France  and  Flanders  Nov.  1915  to  Sept.  1917.  Wounded  on  Somme 
in  1916  and  agam  in  1917.  Killed  near  Wytescheate  Wood,  Flanders,  Sept.  23, 
1917. 

HORACE  FALKLAND  HERD. 

Admitted  May  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  J.  B.  Cooke,  of  Wakefield. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  3rd  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  Served  in  France 
Nov.  to  Dec.  1914.     Killed  in  action  at  Festubert  Dec.  27,  1914. 

R.\LPH  LENOX  HERRING. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Court,  of  181  Piccadilly,  W.  Joined  May  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  London  Regt.,  subsequently  Capt.  and  Adjutant  1st 
Gurkhas. 

WARREN  ECCLES  HERTSLET. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  Eccles  Hertslet  &  Co.,  of  10  Gray's 
Inn  Place,  W.C.  Joined  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Hackney)  and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  at  the 
Dardanelles  Aug.  15,  1915. 

THOIVIAS  BERNARD  HESLOP. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Member  of  Heslop  &  York,  of  Barnard  Castle. 
Joined  June  1913,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry,  promoted 
Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  Capt.  June  1916,  A/Major  Oct.  1917,  A/Lieut.-Col.  April  1918. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium.     Wounded  May  30,  1918. 

WALTER  CRANMER  HETHERINGTON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914,  practising  at  Ealing;  and  Gerrard's  Cross,  Bucks. 
Joined  June  5,  1916,  as  Private,  1st  Garrison  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt. 
Granted  commission  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  Second  Line  Westmorland  and  Cumberland 
Yeomanry,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1919.  Served  at  Home  on  East  Coast 
Defence,  afterwards  in  Ireland. 

WILLIAIVI  HETHERINGTON. 

Articled  to  Joseph  Hetherington,  of  Wigton.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  259 

EDMUND  JOHN  ROSLIN  HETT. 

Admitted  March  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hett,  Hett  &  Davy, 
of  Brigg,  Lincolnshire.  Joined  Oct.  20,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt. 
Lincolnshire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  Capt.  June  1916. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Oct.  1914  to  Oct.  1915 
and  Feb.  to  Sept.  1917,  in  France  Oct.  1915  to  Feb.  1917  and  Sept.  1917  to 
March  1918.  Wounded  Aug.  1916.  Taken  prisoner  at  Bullecourt  March  21, 
1918. 

FRANCIS  PAGET  HETT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  Clifford  &  Hett,  Dock  House,  Billiter 
Street,  E.G.  Joined  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (Auxiliary  Patrol),  as 
Sub-Lieut.,  April  4,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1917.  Served  in  North  Sea, 
Portsmouth,  and  Southampton. 

WALTER  PEARSE  HEWETT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901.  Member  of  Wreford  Brown,  Hewett  &  Co.,  of  38 
Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Major,  9th  Batt.  Middlesex 
Regt.,  subsequently  Lieut. -Col.  commanding  same  Batt.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Oct  1914,  India 
Dec.  1914  to  Oct.  1917,  and  Mesopotamia  Oct.  1917  to  Oct.  1918. 

EVELYN  LOVELL  HEWITT.  'i 

Articled  to  F.  A.  P.  Sylvester,  of  Trowbridge.  Joined  Aug.  8,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Wiltshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  seconded  to  West 
African  Regt.  June  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  Aug.  1916,  Substantive  Capt.  Jan. 
1917.     Served  in  France  1914  and  Africa  1915  to  1918. 

GEORGE  ALFRED  GUEST  HEWITT. 

Articled  to  Sir  Joseph  Hewitt,  of  Barnsley.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  1915,  per- 
manent rank  Capt.  and  Company  Commander  July  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  Ypres  Aug.  1,  1915,  Somme  July  2,  1916.  Killed  in  Bourlon  Village 
Nov.  2,  1917. 

SIR  JOSEPH  HEWITT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1893,  practising  at  Barnsley.  Served  as  Lieut. -Col., 
13th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.     Served  at  Home. 

NEVILLE  DEIGHTON  MORSE  HEWITT. 

Articled  to  W.  M.  Walter,  of  31  Budge  Row,  E.C.  Served  as  Private, 
Public  Schools  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

THOjVIAS  ARMITAGE  HEWITT. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Member  of  Hewitt,  Urquhart  &  WooUacott,  of 
158  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Rifleman,  5th  (City  of 
London)  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade).  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Ypres  May  3,  1915. 

LIONEL  MOWBRAY  HEWLETT. 

Admitted  May  1901.  Member  of  Hewlett  &  Co.,  of  2  Raymond  Buildings, 
Gray's  Inn,  W.C.     Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  9th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 


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Awarded  the  T.D.     Served  in  India  Oct.  1914  to  Nov.  1917  and  June  to  Dec. 
1918,  and  Mesopotamia  Nov.  1917  to  June  1918. 

DUDLEY  HUGO  HEYNES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Pink  &  Marston,  of  Ports- 
mouth. Joined  June  15,  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Dec.  1916. 
Served  in  France  and  Flanders.  Killed  in  action  at  Villers-Bretonneux 
May  16,  1918. 

FREDERICK  ARNOLD  HEYS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Member  of  Reddish  &  Heys,  of  Blackburn.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  11th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  Egypt  and  France. 

JOHN  HARDIVIAN  HEYS. 

Articled  to  C.  H.  Pickstone,  of  Radcliffe,  Lanes.  Joined  Aug  1,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1916,  attached 
from  Aug.  1916  to  April  1917  to  the  5th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 
Served  in  France  Aug.  1916  to  May  1917.  Wounded  April  16,  1917,  as  result 
of  which  left  leg  was  amputated.     Discharged  April  16,  1918. 

CHARLES  CLEMENT  HEYWOOD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  Gardners  &  Hey  wood,  of  Abergavenny. 
Joined  1915  and  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.,  3rd  West  Riding  Royal  Field  Artillery 
(T.),  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served  in  France.  Reported  missing  on 
April  25, 1918,  and  subsequently  officially  reported  killed  in  action  on  that  date. 

LEONARD  JOHN  HEYWOOD. 

Articled  to  M.  J.  Greener,  of  52  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914, 
as  Private,  University  and  Public  Schools  Corps,  afterwards  the  20th  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers.  Served  in  France.  Killed  on  the  Somme  in  High  Wood 
July  20,  1916. 

EDWARD  HIBBERT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1898.  Member  of  Pennington,  Hibbert  &  Westbrook, 
of  Hyde.     Joined  June  24,  1918,  as  Driver,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (H.T.). 

IVL^^RK  DAY  HICK. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  Member  of  Hick  &  Hands,  of  Scarborough.  Joined 
June  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in 
same  Regt.  July  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  Served  in  France  Aug. 
1916  to  March  1919. 

DENIS  HICKEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1917.  Clerk  with  Robert  Innes,  of  Manchester.  Joined 
Nov.  30,  1915,  as  Private.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Munster  Fusiliers 
Feb.  20,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1917.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France^ 
Wounded  July  10,  1917. 

HUBERT  GEORGE  HICKMAN. 

Admitted  June  1903,  practising  at  34  Clement's  Lane,  E.C.  Served  a& 
Able  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (Anti-Aircraft  Corps). 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  261 

TERENCE  HICKMAN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Deacon,  Gibson  &  Co.,  of 
9  Great  St.  Helen's,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Com- 
pany (Infantry).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Leinster  Regt.  April  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1914  to  July  1915  and 
March  to  June  1916.  Wounded  July  1915  and  June  1916.  Killed  in  action 
at  Loos  June  27,  1916. 

CHARLES  HUBERT  HICKS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1902,  practised  at  9  Gray's  Inn  Square.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  Jan.  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.     Killed  in  action  near  Hazebrouck  July  21,  1918. 

HAROLD  COLDSTREMI  HICKS. 

Admitted  May  1905,  formerly  of  Bristol.  Served  as  Capt.,  1st  (Public 
Schools)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

PHILIP  HUGH  WHITBY  HICKS. 

Articled  to  R.  A.  Pinsent,  of  Birmingham.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th 
Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Aug. 
1918.     Awarded  M.C. 

CUTHBERT  GOLLAN  HICKSON. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Hickson,  of  Rochdale.  Joined  Aug.  14, 1914,  as  Private, 
Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  Lieut.  1st  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  Nov.  27, 
1914.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  March  7,  1916,  and  March  11,  1918. 

RICHARD  DOUGLAS  HIGG. 

Articled  to  Timbrell  &  Deighton,  of  90  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Private,  Royal  West  Kent  Regt. 

HERBERT  EDWARD  POWELL  HIGGINS. 

Admitted  July  1910,  practised  at  6  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row, 
W.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914  the  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Subsequently  granted  a  commission  in  the  King's  Own  Lancaster 
Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.  Served  in  the  Gallipoli  Campaign. 
Killed  Gallipoli  Peninsula  about  Aug.  10,  1915. 

ALBERT  WILFRID  HIGGS. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Member  of  Higgs  &  Sons,  of  Brierley  Hill,  and 
Lye.  Joined  Aug.  19,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Hampshire  Regt.  March  1,  1917,  transferred  to  General  List  with 
rank  of  Capt.  July  1918.  Served  in  France  March  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  and  the 
remainder  of  time  in  England. 

RICHARD  DOUGLAS  HIGGS. 

Articled  to  T.  H.  Deighton,  of  90  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  12, 
1914,  as  Private,  1/5  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
11th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.  Nov.  18,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  7th  Batt. 
July  1917.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  at  Home,  India,  and  France. 

SAMUEL  STAGOLL  HIGHAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1883.  Member  of  Greenwell,  Higham  &  Co.,  of  4  Berners 
Street,  W.     MobiHsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 


262  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

(Artists  Rifles).     Served  as   A.P.M.    2ud   London    Division    (T.)   Aug.    1914, 
Second  in  Command  No.  15  (Artists  Rifles)  O.C.B.  1915  to  1916. 

WILLIA^I  THO^IPSON  HIGHET. 

Admitted  Oct.  190C.  Member  of  Paisley,  Falcon,  Skerry  &  Highet,  of 
Workington,  Cumberland.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,, 
promoted  Major  June  1916,  A/Lieut. -Col.  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1919.  Three 
times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt  Sept. 
1914  to  May  1915,  Gallipoli  May  1915  to  evacuation,  Palestine  Jan.  1916  to 
Feb.  1917,  and  France  Feb.  1917  to  April  1919.  Wounded  twice,  Sept.  29, 
1917,  and  Aug.  15,  1918. 

CHARLES  BOWYER  HIGHMORE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910,  practised  at  Dorchester;  and  2  Pump  Court,  Temple, 
E.C.  Rejoined  the  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles)  after 
the  outbreak  of  War  and  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine  Gun  Corps  Jan.  26, 
1917.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded  severely  at  Monchy 
June  28,  1917.  Invalided  out  of  Army  April  23,  1918.  Died  of  pneumonia 
Feb.  26,  1919. 

BERNARD  DRAKE  HIGMAN. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Higman,  of  St.  Austell.  Joined  April  19,  1915,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  25th  Batt.  London  Regt. 
Dec.  18,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916,  seconded  Royal  Flying  Corps  as 
Flying  Officer  Nov.  1916.  Served  in  France  Dec.  1916  to  March  1918.  London 
Air  Defences  March  1918  to  Armistice. 

HENRY  OXTOBY  HILARY. 

Admitted  June  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Messrs.  A.  &  M.  W.  Platts,  of 
Bingley.  Joined  Sept.  23,  1916,  as  Pioneer,  Royal  Engineers  Signal  Service, 
promoted  Corporal  Oct.  1918.  Served  in  France  Jan.  to  March  1917,  Mesopo- 
tamia Aug.  1917  to  April  1919,  India  April  to  Sept.  1919. 

FRANCIS  CLIFTON  HILBERY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905.  Member  of  Henry  Hilbery  &  Son,  of  4  South  Square, 
Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.,  with  seniority  May  8,  1916,  H.M. 
Navy,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1917.  Employed  in  Minesweeping,  Minelaying, 
and  Patrol  and  Escort  Duty. 

MAURICE  LAKE  HILDER. 

Articled  to  Edward  Hilder  (his  father),  of  36  Jermyn  Street,  St.  James's, 
S.W.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Public  Schools  and  Universities  Brigade. 
Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Dec.  1914.  Invalided  home  Sept. 
1915,  transferred  to  5th  (attached  23rd)  Batt  Royal  Fusiliers  Aug.  1916,  pro- 
moted Capt.  April  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Gallipoli  June  to  Sept. 
1915,  and  in  France  Sept.  1916  to  May  1917.  Killed  near  Oppy,  in  France, 
May  3,  1917. 

PAUL  HILDER  SHEIM. 

Admitted  June  1893,  practised  at  91  Bishopsgate,  E.C.  Served  as  Capt., 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  263 

ARTHUR  HILL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1904,  practising  at  Hitchin,  Herts.  Joined  June  23,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Sussex  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Dec.  1916, 
Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France. 

CHARLES  GUY  ROPER  HILL. 

Articled  to  F.  C.  Hill,  of  Ormskirk.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
9th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1918. 
Awarded  M.C.  with  Bar.     Served  in  England  and  26  months  in  France. 

EDWARD  HAROLD  HILL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Hill  &  Douglass,  of  York.  Joined 
July  6,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  promoted  to  A/Bom.bardier 
May  1917.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.)  Dec.  17, 
1917,  and  posted  to  233rd  Siege  Battery.     Served  in  France. 

JAIMES  CROASDALE  HILL. 

Articled  to  N.  E.  Barnes,  of  Ulverston,  Lanes.  Joined  June  30,  1915,  as 
Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  promoted  Corporal  Sept.  1916.  Served 
at  Home. 

JOHN  HENRY  HILL. 

Admitted  May  1914.  Of  Bradford.  Joined  Oct.  14,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.  Served 
at  Home. 

MALCOLM  WALTER  HILL. 

Admitted  March  1914.  Of  Bradford.  Joined  Sept.  10, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
6th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  Jan.  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Served  with  British  Expeditionary  Force  July  1915  to  March  1918  and  June 
1918  to  April  1919.     Wounded  Sept.  5,  1916. 

MARTIN  SPENCER  HILL. 

Articled  to  G.  L.  F.  McNair,  of  21  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Oct.  14,  1914,  as  Private,  2/6  Field  Ambulance  (London)  Royal  Army  Medical 
Corps  (T.),  promoted  Corporal  Sept.  1917,  Sergeant  Dec.  1917.  Served  in 
England  1914  to  1916  and  in  France  1916  to  1919. 

MAURICE  CRIDLAND  HILL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904,  practised  at  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  Sept. 
1914  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 
Served  in  France.     KiUed  in  action  at  Ypres  May  24,  1915. 

MURRAY  VICTOR  BURROW  HILL. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  William  Sturges  &  Co.,  of  5 
Little  College  Street,  Westminster,  S.W.  Joined  Aug.  12,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
1st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  Capt.  July  1915,  Major 
June  1916,  A/Lieut.-Col.  Oct.  1916,  Major  9th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt. 
Nov.  1916,  Temp.  Lieut. -Col.  Dec.  1916.     Four  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 


264  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

Awarded  M.C.  and  D.S.O.  and  Bar.     Served  in  France  Sept.  1914  to  March  1918 
and  July  1918  to  May  1919.     Wounded  March  27,  1918. 

ROBERT  FARRA  HILL. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Turner,  of  York.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Oct.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  March  1919.  Served  at  Home 
Sept.  1914  to  July  1915,  GallipoH  Aug.  to  Oct.  1915,  Salonica  Nov.  1915  to 
Sept.  1917,  Egypt  Sept.  to  Oct.  1917,  Palestine  Oct.  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  Syria 
Sept.  1918  to  June  1919. 

SYDNEY  JAMES  HILL. 

Admitted  Jan.  1906,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  Trooper, 
Lancashire  Hussars.  Gazetted  2nd  Reserve  Regt.  of  Hussars  Dec.  21,  1916, 
transferred  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  Feb.  1918.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
Sept.  29,  1918,  left  leg  amputated. 

WALTER  FITZGERALD  HILL. 

Admitted  June  1906,  practising  at  Devereaux  Chambers,  Temple  E.G. 
Served  as  Capt.,  10th  Batt.  Highland  Light  Infantry. 

EDWARD  LANGDALE  HILLEARY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1897.  Of  3  Serjeant's  Inn,  E.C.  Served  as  Capt.,  subse- 
quently Major  1st  Batt.  Lovat  Scouts.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  O.B.E.,  Greek  Order  of  Military  Merit,  White  Eagle  of  Serbia.  Served 
in  Salonica. 

ALFRED  CHARLES  HILLIER. 

Articled  to  J.  S.  Carpenter,  of  Bath.  Joined  Feb.  15,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  for  a 
time  in  France.  Served  in  France.  Invalided  from  Service,  owing  to  injuries 
and  ill-health  contracted  on  active  service,  July  1918. 

ARTHUR  ERNEST  HILLS. 

Admitted  May  1904,  practising  at  6  King's  Bench  Walk,  Temple,  E.C. 
Served  as  Major,  5th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt. 

JOHN  WALLER  HILLS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1897.  Member  of  Rooper  &  Whateley,  of  17  Lincoln's  Inn 
Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  5,  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry, 
promoted  Major  Nov.  1915,  A/Lieut. -Col.  July  1916.  Once  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Served  in  France  May  to  Sept.  1916.  Wounded  on  Somme 
Sept.  30,  1916. 

SAMUEL  HILTON. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  Withy,  of  Swindon,  Wilts.  Joined  Nov.  16,  1914,  as 
Private,  19th  (Public  Schools)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  attained 
the  rank  of  Sergeant  and  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Fusiliers  July  7, 1916,  and 
posted  to  the  9th  (Service)  Batt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1916,  appointed  A/Adju- 
tant Nov.  1916,  Adjutant  and  A/Capt.  Aug.  1917,  promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1917. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and 
France. 


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WILLIAM  ARTHUR  HINCHCLIFFE. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  T.  Hinchcliffe,  of  Huddersfield.  Joined  Oct.  14,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1916,  attached  4th  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  1916  to  1917.  Served  at 
Home  Nov.  1914  to  April  1917  and  in  France  and  Belgium  April  1917  to  May 
1919.     Trench  fever  May  to  July  1918. 

ERNEST  WILLIAM  HINCHLIFFE. 

Admitted  June  1901,  practising  at  Halifax,  Yorks.  Joined  March  2,  1916, 
as  Private,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish),  attached 
to  Intelligence  Office,  Le  Havre,  April  1917,  and  later  promoted  Corporal  and 
A/Sergeant,  appointed  to  Intelligence  Office,  Lille,  Oct.  1918.  Served  in 
France  and  Belgium. 

MAURICE  THORP  HINCKS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908,  practising  at  Leicester.  Joined  Dec.  8,  1915,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Company 
Quarter-master-Sergeant.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Dec.  4,  1916, 
promoted  Lieut.  June  1915.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at 
Home  to  Dec.  1916  and  Aug.  1919  to  Jan.  1920,  France  and  Flanders  Dec. 
1916  to  Feb.  1919,  and  Germany  Feb.  to  Aug.  1919. 

EVERATT  HIND. 

Admitted  Nov.  1887,  practising  at  Goole.  Formed  and  commanded  8th 
Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry  in  Aug.  and  Sept.  1914,  formed  and 
commanded  2/4  Batt.  same  Regt.  in  England  and  France  Oct.  1914  to  April 
1917,  commanded  Hind's  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  May  to  Sept.  1917,  on 
Staff  duties  in  France  Sept.  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  commanded  80th  Labour  Group 
in  France  Sept.  1918  to  May  1919. 

LAWRENCE  ARTHUR  HIND. 

Admitted  Dec.  1902.  Member  of  Wells  &  Hind,  of  Nottingham ;  and  Hinds 
&  Roberts,  of  33  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  7th 
(Robin  Hood)  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  promoted 
Major  1915,  Lieut.-Col.  May  1916.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Hooge  July  1915.  Killed  Battle 
of  Somme  July  1,  1916. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  ROUSSEAU  HINDE. 

Articled  to  H.  H.  Bothamley,  of  16  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  26, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915, 
Capt.  Jan.  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home.  Died  of 
influenza  and  pneumonia  Oct  22,  1918. 

FRANK  HINDLE. 

Admitted  July  1911,  practising  at  Haslingden,  Lanes.  Joined  Oct.  10, 
1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.     Served  in  France. 

FREDERICK  HINDLE. 

Admitted  June  1899.  Member  of  Hindle,  Son  &  Cooper,  of  Darwen. 
Joined  Sept.   1914,   as   Private,   No.   2   Motor  Ambulance   Corps.     Gazetted 


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Lieut.  Nov.  1917.  Awarded  Chevalier  Legion  d'Honneur  (French)  and  Croix 
de  Guerre  (two  palms  and  three  stars)  French.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1914 
to  Jan.  1919. 

GEORGE  EDWIN  SCOTT  HINDINIARSH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904,  practised  at  Bury  St.  Edmund's.  Joined  Nov.  1914, 
as  Trooper,  2nd  Life  Guards.  Received  commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  3/1  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers  (City  of  London  Regt.)  Sept.  19, 1915,  transferred  to  3rd  Batt. 
The  Rifle  Brigade  Nov.  1915.  In  France  May  to  Sept.  1915,  and  in  India  March 
1916  to  June  1917.     Died  from  heart  failure  June  16,  1917,  in  Multan,  India. 

EVAN  JOHN  HINDS. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  Swansea.  Joined  March  28,  1916, 
as  Private,  Royal  Amiy  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  subsequently  Lance-Corporal  in 
336th  Siege  Battery  Ammunition  Column.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

GEORGE  VERNON  HINDS. 

Articled  to  G.  P.  Hinds,  of  Goudhurst,  Kent.  Joined  June  2,  1915,  as 
Temp.  2nd  Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct. 

1915,  transferred  to  1st  Signal  Company  Royal  Engineers  Oct.  1917.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France,  Belgium, 
and  with  the  Army  of  the  Rhine. 

CHARLES  WILLIAM  HINES. 

Admitted  March  1897.  Member  of  Hines  &  Son,  of  Sunderland.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  7th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  (T.).  Served  in  France 
and  Belgium  April  to  May  1915.  Killed  at  or  near  Wittebroke  Farm,  near 
Ypres,  May  24,  1915. 

HAROLD  CUDDEFORD  HINGSTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Ernest  Bevir  &  Son,  of 
Devereux  Chambers,  Temple,  W.C.  Joined  Dec.  14,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns 
of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  1st  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Royal 
Fusiliers)  April  3,  1915,  subsequently  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.,  Temp.  Capt., 
Assistant  Staff  Capt.  173rd  Brigade  while  serving  in  France,  and  also  Assistant  to 
D.A.Q.M.G.  1st  Army  (Central  Force)  England  for  five  months  prior  to  going 
to  France.  Served  at  Home  and  France.  Discharged  Feb.  1917  on  being 
appointed  Assistant  Legal  Adviser  to  West  Midland  Regional  Headquarters 
of  Ministry  of  National  Service. 

GEORGE  ERNEST  HINMAN. 

Admitted  May  1903,   practising  at  59   Strand,   W.C.     Joined  Sept.   29, 

1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  in  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  (S.R.)  June  1917.     Served  in  Ireland. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  HISLOP. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Member  of  J.  Hislop  &  Son,  of  Manchester.  Joined 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  19th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France.     Died  at  Oxford  from  operation  July  8, 1916. 

FREDERICK  CECIL  HOARE. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Member  of  Lewis  &  Sons,  of  7  Wilmington  Square, 
W.C.     Served  as  Private,  Middlesex  Regt. 


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WILLIAM  GEORGE  HOBBS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913,  practised  at  Kew.  Served  as  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Royal 
Berkshire  Regt.     Killed  in  action  in  France  Sept.  25,  1915. 

ARTHUR  LAWRENCE  HOBHOUSE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911,  practising  at  4  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined 
May  25, 1915,  as  2nd  Lieut,,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.,  promoted  Lieut.  March 
1916,  transferred  to  General  List,  Staff-Lieut.  Dec.  1916,  promoted  Staff  Capt. 
March  1919.     Served  in  France  Sept.  1915  to  May  1919. 

ERIC  JOHN  BENTLEY  HOBROW. 

Admitted  Aug.  1915.  Member  of  Bundle  &  Hobrow,  of  73  Basinghall 
Street,  E.C.     Served  as  Lance-Corporal,  1st  Batt.  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

ALFRED  CYRIL  WHITWORTH  HOBSON. 

Articled  to  G.  W.  Hobson,  of  Droitwich.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  2nd  South  Midland  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  promoted 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  A/Capt.  Oct.  1915,  Capt.  July  1916,  A/Major  Aug.  1917, 
Brigade  Major  R.A.,  General  Headquarters,  Italy,  April  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  at  Home 
Aug.  1914  to  March  1915,  France  March  1915  to  Nov.  1917,  and  Italy  Nov. 

1917  to  Jan.  1919.     Wounded  at  Ypres  Sept.  and  Nov.  1917. 

FRANCIS  WILLIAM  ELAND  HOBSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908,  practised  at  3-4  Clement's  Inn,  W.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  70th  Labour  Company. 

JAMES  FALSHAW  HOBSON. 

Admitted  July  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Maughan  &  Hall,  of  New- 
castle-upon-Tyne. Joined  Sept.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2/8  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  June  20,  1915,  promoted 
Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  Oct.  1916.,  2nd  Lieut.  1/8  Batt. 
May  1917,  Lieut.  June  1917,  A /Capt.  Jime  1918,  attached  18th  Batt.  Nov. 

1918  to  Feb.  1919.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  at  Home  and  France. 

NTEVILLE  HOBSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908,  practising  at  Beverley.  Joined  Aug.  20,  1914,  as 
Private,  5th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.,  subsequently  attained  the  rank  of  Company 
Sergeant -Major  in  16th  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
11th  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt.  June  1915,  promoted  Lieut,  and  Adjutant  No.  3 
Officer  Cadet  Batt.  Feb.  1916,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  2/19  Batt.  London  Regt. 
June  1916,  Headquarters  Staff  60th  (London)  Division,  Dec.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 
Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France 
June  to  Dec.  1916,  The  Balkans  Dec.  1916  to  May  1917,  and  Palestine  May 
1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

WILLIAM  ANTHONY  HOBSON. 

Admitted  May  1912,  practising  at  Maryport.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Lonsdale  Batt.  Border  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 

STEPHEN  LOTAN  HOCKEN. 

Admitted  Nov.  1914.  Assistant  to  Messrs.  Orr,  Dignam  &  Co.,  of  Calcutta. 
Returned  to  England  June  1915,  and  in  July  1915  joined  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 


268  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  Nov.  1915.     Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  at  Guillemont  Sept.  3,  1916. 

WILLIAM  GEOFFREY  HOCKIN. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  Member  of  Hockin,  Beckton  &  Hockin,  of  Man- 
chester. Joined  Nov.  29,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusihers, 
promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Feb.  1915,  Staff-Capt.  Aug.  1915,  Brigade  Major 
Feb.  1916,  Adjutant  1st  Volunteer  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  May  1917.  Served 
at  Home. 

CUTHBERT  FRANCIS  HODDING. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909,  practised  at  Salisbury.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Wiltshire  Regt.  and  proceeded  to  India  with  the  Regt., 
subsequently  transferred  to  the  2nd  Gurkha  Rifles  on  the  North-Westem 
Frontier  until  invalided  home  suffering  from  "  sprue,"  after  a  time  rejoined 
Wiltshire  Regt.  in  Ireland.     Died  Dec.  8,  1918. 

HENRY  ELLIS  HODDING. 

Articled  to  John  Hodding,  of  Worksop.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Obtained  commission  in  10th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby 
Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  and  attained  the  rank  of  Lieut.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  France.  Died  Nov.  8,  1918»  from  wounds  received  near 
Cambrai  Nov.  4. 

HENRY  CECIL  HODGES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Member  of  Hart,  Scales  &  Hodges,  of  Dorking, 
Surrey.  Joined  Jan.  3,  1915,  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve, 
promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.     Served  as  Intelligence  Officer  in  H.M.S.  Actaeon. 

REGINALD  ARTHUR  HODGES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1909.  An  Assistant  Solicitor  to  Surrey  County  Council, 
Kingston-on-Thames.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  East  Surrey 
Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Nov.  1914.  Invalided  out  Feb.  17,  1915.  Served 
at  Home. 

WILLIAM  LANGHAM  HODGES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1907.  Member  of  Hart,  Scales  &  Hodges,  of  Dorking. 
Served  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt.  The  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.,  subsequently 
promoted  Major.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

JAMES  PERCY  HODGKINS. 

Articled  to  William  Harding,  of  Leicester.  Served  as  Private,  4th  Batt. 
Leicestershire  Regt. 

CHARLES  HODGKINSON. 

Admitted  March  1880.  Member  of  Dransfield  &  Hodgkinson,  of  Sheffield. 
Joined  Oct.  1,  1914,  as  Major,  10th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. - 
Col.  2/7  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  June  1915,  attached  Headquarters  Southern 
Army  Nov.  1916.  Given  the  rank  of  Hon.  Col.  as  a  reward  for  services  rendered. 
Served  at  Home. 

ROBERT  FRANK  BYRON  HODGKINSON. 

Admitted  July  1900.  Member  of  Hodgkinson  &  Beevor,  of  Newark- 
on-Trent.     Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  8th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  269 

(Sherwood  Foresters)  (T.)  and  held  the  Temp,  ranks  of  Major  and  Lieut.-Col. 
during  the  War.  Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served  in  France 
and  at  Home.     Wounded  April  23,  1915. 

GEORGE  HODGSON. 

Articled  to  Allan  Sewart,  of  Lancaster.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914,  as  Private, 
1/4  Batt.  Border  Regt.     Served  in  India  and  Burma. 

ISAAC  HARVEY  HODGSON. 

Articled  to  Jos.  Broatch,  of  Keswick.  Joined  Sept.  12,  1914,  as  Private, 
8th  Batt.  Border  Regt.,  promoted  Sergeant  1914.  Granted  commission  as 
2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Border  Regt.  Dec.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915. 
Went  to  Gallipoli  in  May  1915  to  join  1st  Batt.  Border  Regt.,  was  severely 
wounded  at  Suvla  Bay  Aug.  21,  1915,  sent  home  to  Netley  Hospital,  sub- 
sequently joined  the  3rd  Batt.  Border  Regt,  went  to  France  Feb.  12,  1916. 
Killed  in  action  April  20,  1916,  buried  at  La  Neauville-sur-Corbie,  France. 

JAMES  WILLIAM  BIRKETT  HODGSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1902.  Member  of  Allen,  Whitfield  &  Hodgson,  of  Man- 
chester. Joined  Nov.  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  attached 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Sept.  1917  to  Nov.  1918,  subsequently  promoted 
Lieut. 

JOSEPH  PARKIN  HODGSON. 

Articled  to  E.  R.  Pickmere,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Trooper, 
King  Edward's  Horse.  Commissioned  April  1915  1/2  Batt.  East  Lancashire 
Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  gazetted  liieut.  June  1917.  Served  in  Egypt 
and  Palestine  May  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

RICHARD  EVELEIGH  HODGSON. 

Articled  to  D.  C.  Lee,  of  46  Queen  Victoria  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Aug. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Special  Reserve), 
promoted  Lieut.  1915,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  with  same  rank  Nov. 
1917.  Served  in  France  April  1915  to  April  1917,  Home  April  to  Nov.  1917. 
Killed  almost  in  first  flight  (after  gaining  wings  and  posted  to  204th  Squadron). 
Shot  down  by  machine  gun  on  returning  from  a  patrol  near  Dunkirk  Sept.  15,. 
1918. 

WILLIAM  HARRY  HODGSON. 

Admitted  May  1911,  practising  at  Blackpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut. ,^ 
2/5  Batt.  King's  Own  Royal  Lancaster  Regt. 

WILLIAM  WETHERELL  HODGSON. 

Admitted  May  1906,  practising  at  Richmond,  Yorks.  Joined  June  23, 
1917,  as  Private,  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry.     Served  in  Ireland. 

SHIRLEY  SAMUEL  HODSON. 

Admitted  May  1905.  Of  Calcutta.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  93rd  Burma 
Infantry,  Indian  Army. 

JOHN  STOKER  HOGG. 

Member  of  Templer  Down  &  Hogg,  of  31  Lombard  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Aug.  29,  1914,  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  Sept.  4, 1917, 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force  April  1918, 


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Served  in  France  July  1915  to  July  1916  and  March  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  Italy 
July  to  March  1918.     Wounded  July  15,  1916. 

CYRIL  WALTER  HOLCROFT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Springthorpe  &  Holcroft,  of  Birmingham. 
Joined  Sept.  5, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.,  promoted 
Capt.  1916,  Major  May  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
D.S.O.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Ypres  Aug.  1917  and  at  Cambrai 
Dec.  1917. 

EDWARD  STANLEY  HOLCROFT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907,  practised  at  Reading.  Served  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt. 
Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  (T.). 

GUY  PATIENT  HOLDEN. 

Articled  to  L.  S.  Cleaver,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Sept.  12,  1914,  as  Ordinary 
Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Division.  Gazetted  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve  Feb.  6,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  Served  at  Cape  Helles, 
Gallipoli,  Aug.  1915.  Invalided  Aug.  30,  1916,  on  account  of  dysentery 
contracted  on  service. 

HERBERT  CHARLES  HOLDEN. 

Admitted  July  1898.  Member  of  Winder  &  Holden,  of  Bolton.  Mobilised 
Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  Lancashire  Fusiliers.     Served  at  Home. 

RALPH  AINSWORTH  HOLDEN. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Member  of  Richardson,  Sowerby,  Holden  &  Co.,  of 
5  John  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Sept.  1918. 
Served  at  Home. 

THOMAS  WHITE  HOLDICH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1884.  Member  of  Locking,  Holdich  &  Locking,  of  Hull. 
Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Major  and  Second  in  Command  14th  Batt.  East 
Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.),  prom.oted  Lieut. -Col.  Sept.  1914,  Officer  Commanding  2/4 
Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.),  subsequently  Officer  Commanding  27th  Batt. 
Durham  Light  Infantry  (T.).  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
O.B.E.  Served  at  Home,  Coast  Defence,  and  Training.  Transferred  to 
Territorial  Force  Reserve  Jan.  30,  1917,  on  account  of  ill-health. 

HAROLD  EVELYN  HOLDING. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912,  practising  at  13  Golden  Square,  W.  Served  as 
Private,  Public  Schools  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

HAROLD  ABERCROMBIE  HOLDSWORTH. 

Admitted  July  1896,  practising  at  47  Charing  Cross  Road,  W.C.  Joined 
Dec.  16,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  in  North 
Sea,  North  of  Scotland,  British  Channel,  W^est  Indies,  in  command  of  a  number 
of  submarine  chasers,  mine  sweepers,  etc.  Senior  Officer  Patrols  at  Lossiemouth, 
N.B.,  Ullapool,  N.B.,  Humber,  Littlehampton,  and  Newhaven.  Senior  Naval 
Officer  at  St.  Lucia,  British  West  Indies.  Senior  Naval  Officer  Barbados,  British 
West  Indies. 


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VAVASOUR  MERVYN  HOLDSWORTH. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  J.  D.  Arthur,  of  171  Queen 
Victoria  Street,  E.C.  EnHsted  Sept.  2,  1914,  as  Trooper,  Royal  North  Devon 
Hussars  (Yeomanry),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Oct.  1914,  obtained  commis- 
sion as  2nd  Lieut.  22nd  Batt.  London  Regt.  April  1915.  Served  in  England 
till  July  1915,  in  France  July  to  Dec.  1915.  Killed  Dec.  20,  1915,  by  sniper. 
Buried  in  Vermelles  Cemetery. 

FREDERICK  HERBERT  HOLE. 

Admitted  May  1905,  practising  at  Gloucester.  Joined  Dec.  8,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  in  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  June  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  otherwise  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.). 
Served  in  France  June  to  Dec.  1916  and  May  1918  to  March  1919,  otherwise  at 
Home. 

BASIL  THOMAS  HOLLAND. 

Admitted  March  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  C.  E.  Pettit,  of  491  Oxford 
Street,  W.  Mobilised  Aug.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Black  Watch  Jan.  1915. 
Served  in  France  Oct.  to  March  1914.  Killed  in  action  at  Neuve  Chapelle, 
March  10,  1915. 

JAMES  WILLIAM  THURSTAN  HOLLAND. 

Articled  to  P.  N.  Stone,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Oct.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
7th  Batt.  The  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Substantive  Capt.  June 
1917.     Served  in  France. 

RALPH  BERTRAM  HOLLAND. 

Admitted  April  1914,  practised  at  158  Aldersgate  Street,  E.C.  Joined 
Aug.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal 
West  Kent  Regt.  Sept.  9,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Capt.  March  1915. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France.  Killed  at  Thiepval 
(Schwerben  Redoubt)  Oct.  2,  1916. 

RICHARD  HOLLAND. 

Admitted  July  1906.  Member  of  Holland,  Rigby,  &  Williams,  of  Ash- 
bourne, Derbyshire.  Joined  July  19,  1918,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Marines  Sept.  19,  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

THOMAS  WELSBY  HOLLAND. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Holland,  Holland  &  Turner,  of  Chester, 
Winsford,  and  Middlewich.  Joined  March  1917,  as  Private,  15th  Batt.  County 
of  London  Regt.  (Civil  Service  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Welch 
Fusiliers  Feb.  1918.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Killed  in  action  near 
Gouzeaucourt  Sept.  18,  1918. 

PERCY  HOOD  HOLLICK. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  W.  Henderson  Cleland,  of 
Coventry.  Joined  Aug.  10, 1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  13th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  May  1915,  attached  to 
3rd  Batt.  March  1916  and  to  15th  Batt.  Jan.  1917,  promoted  A/Capt.     Once 


272  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

mentioned    in    Dispatches.     Served   in   France   1914   to    1917.     Three  times 
wounded.     Killed  in  action  May  9,  1917. 

ROLAND  HOLLICK. 

Admitted  Aug.  1906.  Member  of  Roland  HoUick  &  Co.,  of  Coventry. 
Joined  Dec.  20,  1915,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Horse  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1916.     Served  in  France  and  England. 

HAROLD  FOSTER  HOLLINRAKE. 

Articled  to  Sir  William  Cobbett,  of  Manchester.  Joined  June  19,  1915, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers.  Resigned  commission  March 
1917,  and  immediately  enlisted  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.,  trans- 
ferred to  12th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.  and  promoted  to  Sergeant. 
Served  at  Home,  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  Sinai  Peninsula  1915  to  1916  and  in  France 
1917  to  1918.     Killed  in  action  at  Herinnes-lez-Pecq,  Belgium,  Nov.  8,  1918. 

ESMOND  MAUDSLEY  HOLLINS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908,  practised  at  3  Arundel  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917. 

DENZIL  HOLLIS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Managing  Clerk  with  P.  Ashcroft,  of  The  Stag 
Brewery,  Pimlico,  S.W.  Joined  Nov.  8,  1916,  as  Private,  Somerset  Light 
Infantry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  March  3,  1917,  promoted 
Lieut.  Sept.  1918.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

BERNARD  HENRY  HOLLOWAY. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Barnard,  of  47  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.     Commissioned 
Sept.  23,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1914, 
Capt.  Dec.  1914.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  near  Loos  Sept.  27, 
1915. 
LEONARD  CLOUDESLEY  HOLLOWAY. 

Admitted  July  1909,  Member  of  Templeton  &  Hollo  way,  of  9  King's 
Bench  Walk,  Temple.  Joined  Dec.  12,  1916,  as  Cadet,  Garrison  Officer  Cadet 
Batt.,  Cambridge.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Worcestershire  Regt.  Feb.  11,  1917, 
promoted  Lieut.  April  1917,  A/Capt.  Nov.  1917,  Capt.  April  1918,  A/Adjutant 
Sept.  to    Nov.  1917,  Adjutant  Nov.  1917   to  July  1918.     Served   at  Home. 

JAMES  WILLIAM  HOLLOWS. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Chadwick,  of  Rochdale.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
20th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers 
May  20,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to 
May  1916  and  Oct.  1917  to  Oct.  1918,  and  in  France  and  Germany  May  1916 
to    Oct.  1917  and  Oct.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.     Wounded  Oct.  1917. 

ALEXANDER  McARTHUR  HOLMAN. 

Articled  to  F.  A.  Holman,  of  1  Lloyd's  Avenue,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Dragoon  Guards  (Special  Reserve),  promoted  Lieut.  1916. 
Served  in  France.     Wounded  Sept.  1916. 

ARTHUR  LEWIS  HOLMES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914,  practising  at  Lymington,  Hants.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters). 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  273 

CHARLES  WALKER  HOLMES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1891.  Member  of  Holmes,  Son  &  Pott,  of  Capel  House, 
New  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  13,  1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 
Served  at  Home. 

CYRIL  ERNEST  JACKSON  HOLMES. 

Articled  to  H.  J.  E.  Holmes,  of  Burnley.  Joined  Nov.  22,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  3/5  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.,  attached  to  5tb  Batt.  King's  Liverpool 
Regt.  Sept.  1916.  Killed  in  action  June  24,  1917,  and  buried  in  the  British 
Cemetery  at  Armentieres. 

ERIC  RICHARD  HANBY  HOLMES. 

Practising  at  Barnard  Castle.  Mobilised  as  Capt.,  Durham  Light  Infantry, 
Served  in  France  and  the  Balkans. 

FREDERICK  HOLMES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Member  of  Dixon  &  Holmes,  of  Worthing.  Joined  Feb. 
11, 1915,  as  Staff  Sergeant-Ma j or,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.    Served  in  France. 

LEONARD  HOLMES. 

Admitted  March  1885.  Member  of  Brutton,  Holmes  &  Johnson,  of  Hove. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Major,  6th  (Cyclist)  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  subse- 
quently promoted  Col. 

NEWBY  HOLMES. 

Articled  to  L.  R.  Foster,  of  Sunderland.  Served  as  Private,  County  Batt. 
Durham  Light  Infantry. 

THOMAS  WILLIAM  HOLMES. 

Articled  to  J.  E.  Wing,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  Sept.  10,  1914,  as  Private, 
12th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Investigation 
Branch,  Provost  Branch,  Military  Foot  Police  July  1916.  Served  in  Egypt  Dec. 
1915  to  March  1916,  and  in  France  and  Germany  April  1916  to  July  1919. 

WILLIAM  WAINMAN  HOLMES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904,  practising  at  Bradford,  Yorks.  Joined  Dec.  17, 
1916,  as  Private,  Army  Pay  Corps,  subsequently  attained  the  rank  of  A/Lance- 
Sergeant.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  CYRIL  HOLMS. 

Articled  to  the  Hon.  Sir  Charles  Russell,  Bart.,  of  37  Norfolk  Street,  W\C. 
Joined  Aug,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Gazetted  Capt.  July 
1915.     Served  in  France  Jan.  to  Sept.  1915.     Died  of  wounds  Sept.  10,  1915. 

ALAN  THOMAS  SELBORNE  HOLT. 

Articled  to  J.  G.  Mahaffy,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Sept.  28,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  17th  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1917.  Awarded 
M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  July  30  and  Aug.  17,  1916.  Wounded 
and  taken  prisoner  while  attacking  Cherisy,  near  Arras,  April  23,  1917. 

GUY  MARRINER  WHITTELL  HOLT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  Broughton,  Holt  &  Middle- 
mist,  of  12  Great  Marlborough  Street,  W.  Joined  Oct.  11,  3  915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  (Staff)  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  June  1916.     Served  at  Home. 


274  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

LANCELOT  VERE  HOLT. 

Admitted  April  1917,  practising  at  Carmarthen.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal 
Field  Artillery  (Jersey  Militia). 

OLIVER  WILLIAM  HOLT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Lupton  &  Holt,  of  Manchester.  Joined 
Feb,  13, 1916,  as  Gunner,  287th  Siege  Battery,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium. 

CHARLES  FIFIELD  HOLTOM. 

Articled  to  W.  F.  Holtom,  of  Stoke-on-Trent.  Joined  Aug.  27,  1914,  as 
Private,  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Corporal  Oct.  1914.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Feb.  9,  1915.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Wounded  Oct.  13,  1915.     Died  from  wounds  Aug.  4,  1916. 

ARTHUR  VALENTINE  HOLYOAICE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Clerk  with  Scott  &  Holyoake,  of  Bromsgrove, 
Worcestershire.  Joined  Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Trooper,  Queen's  Own  Worcester- 
shire Hussars.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  March  1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  July  1916,  Capt.  July  1917.  Served  in  Eastern  and  Western  Egypt. 
Captured  by  the  Turks  at  Katia  April  23,  1916. 

HERBERT  JOHN  HOOD. 

Admitted  April  1892,  practising  at  Plymouth.  Served  as  Major,  5th  Batt. 
Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry. 

JOHN  SEABORNE  HOOK. 

Articled  to  C.  A.  G.  Hayward,  of  Honiton,  Devon.  Joined  Oct.  6,  1916, 
as  Gunner,  No.  7  Reserve  Brigade  Artillery  (T.).     Served  at  Home. 

NORMAN  EDGAR  HOOLEY. 

Articled  to  A.  W.  Dickins,  of  Nottingham.  Joined  53rd  (Young  Soldiers) 
Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.  Nov.  8,  1918,  transferred  to  52nd  Batt.  April  1919. 
Served  at  Home  and  with  Rhine  Army. 

CHARLES  VICTOR  LISLE  HOOMAN. 

Articled  to  W.  K.  Kitson,  of  Torquay.  Served  as  Sub-Lieut.,  Royal 
Naval  Reserve,  on  staff  of  Rear- Admiral  Simpson. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  HOOPER. 

Admitted  April  1913,  practising  at  8  Ely  Place,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  16, 
1916,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  38th  (Welsh)  Divisional 
Train  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Oct.  1,  1917,  promoted  Capt.  and  Adjutant 
April  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1916  to 
Oct.  1917,  and  in  France  Oct.  1917  to  June  1919. 

ROBERT  FOWELL  HOOPER-WATTS. 

Articled  to  James  Morley,  of  38  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W^.C.  Served  as 
Driver,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service. 

ISAAC  DANIEL  HOOSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1909.  Member  of  Hooson  &  Hughes,  of  Wrexham.  Joined 
May  3,  1917,  as  Aircraftsman,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service.  Served  at  Home 
May  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  275 

WALTER  HOOTON. 

Admitted  April  1908,  practising  at  Nottingham.  Served  as  Gunner, 
Royal  Horse  Artillery. 

JOHN  PERCIVAL  HOPE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1899,  practised  at  Cardiff.  Served  as  Capt.,  King's 
Liverpool  Regt. 

ADRIAN  EDMUND  HOPKINS. 

Articled  to  C.  E.  Barry,  of  Bristol.  Served  as  Lieut.,  1st  Midland  Brigade 
Gloucester  Royal  Field  Artillery.     Awarded  M.C. 

ARTHUR  JOHN  HOPKINS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1904,  practising  at  Chesterfield.  Served  as  Capt.,  6th 
Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters),  subsequently  promoted 
Major. 

HENRY  HOPKINS. 

Articled  to  W.  A.  Pearson,  of  York.  Served  as  2nd  Class  Air  Mechanic, 
Royal  Flying  Corps. 

CHARLES  ALDEN  HOPKINSON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1901,  practising  at  25  Craven  Street,  W.C.  Served  as 
Leading  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (Anti-Aircraft  Corps). 

REGINALD  HOPWOOD. 

Articled  to  G.  H.  Hindley,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Sept.  20,  1914,  as  Private, 
4th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Commissioned 
Temp.  2nd  Lieut.  Middlesex  Regt.  April  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916, 
and  transferred  to  The  Rifle  Brigade  Sept.  1916,  attached  to  the  Royal  Fusiliers 
Nov.  1918,  and  subsequently  appointed  Civil  Staff  Capt.  on  the  Military 
Governor's  Staff,  occupied  German  Territories.  Served  at  Home,  France, 
Belgium,  and  Germany.     Wounded  at  Vadencourt,  Somme,  March  22,  1918. 

EDWARD  DASHPER  HORLEY. 

Articled  to  Edward  Horley,  of  Cardiff.  Joined  May  14,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916,  and  attached  to 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Oct.  1916.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Arras 
April  8,  1917. 

ROBERT  PHIPPS  HORNBY. 

Admitted  Sept.  1902,  practised  at  38  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Served  as  Lieut., 
6th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

BENJAMIN  WORTHY  HORNE. 

Admitted  July  1900.  Member  of  Home  &  Birkett,  of  4  Lincoln's  Inn 
Fields,  W.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  sub- 
sequently attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  May 
1919. 

ARTHUR  LEONARD  HORNER. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913,  practising  at  199  Piccadilly,  W.  Served  with  Royal 
Navy  Armoured  Cars. 


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FREDERICK  JULIAN  HORNER. 

Articled  to  George  Sutton,  of  Coventry.  Joined  Nov.  27,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  1915,  Capt.  1918.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  at  Salonica,  attached  to  2nd  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Died 
of  wounds  April  15,  1918. 

ERNEST  JOHN  HORNIBLOW. 

Articled  to  H.  Jordan,  of  Reading.  Joined  Nov.  10,  1914,  as  Private, 
2/14  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish).  Served  as  Piper 
throughout  service.     Served  in  France,  Salonica,  Egypt,  and  Palestine. 

RONALD  FORTESCUE  HORNOR. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Member  of  Blyth  &  Hornor,  of  Norwich.  Served 
as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

HAROLD  GIBSON  HORNSBY. 

Admitted  June  1910.  On  the  Staff  of  the  Solicitor  to  H.M.  Customs 
and  Excise,  Lower  Thames  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  20,  1914,  as  Private, 
Bristol  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  transferred  to  20th  Hussars  Jan.  1915. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  11th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  Easter  1915.  Served  in  France 
from  Oct.  1915.     Killed  in  action  at  Fricourt  July  1,  1916. 

HAROLD  HORSEIVIAN. 

Admitted  March  1915.  Assistant  Solicitor,  Public  Trustee  Office.  Joined 
April  6,  1916,  as  Private,  4/10  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.,  promoted  Sergeant, 
Officiating  Indian  Unattached  List  Nov.  1918.  Served  on  Garrison  Duty 
in  India. 

EDWARD  HORSFALL. 

Admitted  May  1913,  practising  at  Manchester.  Joined  Aug.  6,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th  (Ardwick)  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut. 
May  1915,  Capt.  June  1916,  A/^Iajor  March  to  April  1918,  attached  to  1/7 
Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  as  A/Major  Oct.  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dis- 
patches. Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Sept.  1914,  Cyprus 
Sept.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Egypt  Jan.  to  April  1915,  Gallipoli  April  1915  to 
Jan.  1916,  Sinai  Jan.  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  France  Feb.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 
Wounded  at  Gallipoli  May  21,  1915,  and  Dec.  27,  1915. 

WILLIAM  EWART  HORSLEY. 

Articled  to  J.  R.  Farrar,  of  Halifax.  Joined  Nov.  20,  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding 
Regt.  Nov.  23,  1916,  promoted  A/Capt.  Aug.  1917.  Served  in  France  Jan. 
to  Oct.  1917  and  July  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

KENNETH  CHARLES  HORTON. 

Articled  to  Moody  &  Woolley,  of  Derby.  Served  as  Sergeant,  Public 
Schools  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

WALTER  HORTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1902,  practised  at  Birmingham.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut. 
6th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916. 


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ARCHIBALD  HARDING  HOSEGOOD. 

Articled  to  Frank  Risdon,  of  Williton,  Somerset.  Joined  Dec.  1914,  as 
Private,  24th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  (2nd  Sportsman's),  transferred  to  O.T.C. 
April  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  86th  Machine  Gun  Corps  Sept.  1916.  Served 
at  Home  Dec.  1914  to  Nov.  1915  and  April  to  Nov.  1916,  and  in  France  Nov. 
1915  to  March  1916  and  Nov.  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  Killed  in  action  at  Cambrai 
Nov.  27,  1917. 

RALPH  HOSEGOOD. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Harris,  of  Bristol.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  12th 
Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  (Bristol's  Own).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same 
Regt.  March  29,  1915,  and  later  became  officer  in  95th  Trench  Mortar  Battery. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  Nov.  1915, 
and  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  July  1916.  Killed  in  action  at  Longueval  July  23, 
1916.     Buried  in  Dantzig  Alley  Cemetery  at  Mametz. 

JOHN  FAYRER  HOSKEN. 

Admitted  April  1903.  Member  of  Walbrook  &  Hosken,  of  4  St.  Paul's 
Churchyard,  E.C.  Joined  Nov.  11,  1915,  Railway  Transport  Establishment, 
as  Lieut,  (graded  as  Staff  Lieut.  2nd  Class),  Railway  Transport  Officer  (graded 
as  Staff  Lieut.  1st  Class  1916,  promoted  Staff  Capt.  Dec.  1918.  Served  in 
France  Dec.  1915  to  Jan.  1919. 

SYDNEY  LORY  HOSKING. 

Admitted  March  1904.  Member  of  Hosking  &  Berkeley,  of  35  Lincoln's 
Inn  Fields,  W.C.  MobiUsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  7th  (City  of  London)  Batt. 
London  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Major  1915,  Lieut. -Col.  1917.  Twice  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1916  and  1918  and  1919,  and  in 
France  1917  and  1918.     Gassed  April  17,  1918. 

GEORGE  FINCH  HOTBLACK. 

Admitted  May  1908.  Member  of  Waltons  &  Co.,  of  101  Leadenhall 
Street,  E.C.     Served  as  Staff  Lieut.,  XXII  Corps  Heavy  Artillery. 

FRANK  BOYD  HOTCHEN. 

Articled  to  H.  C.  Lings,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1914,  as  Private, 
20th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  East  Lancashire  Regt. 
Jan.  25,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1918,  Capt.  Nov.  1918,  attached  to  Royal 
Engineers.  Served  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  Aug.  1916  and  March  1917  to 
July  1919. 

ARTHUR  THEODORE  HOUGHTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904.  Member  of  Houghton,  Myres  &  Reveley,  of  Preston. 
Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt., 
promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  Jan.  1916,  Substantive  Capt.  June 
1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium  1915  to  1917. 
Wounded  at  Festubert  June  14,  1915,  and  at  Vancelette  Farm  Nov.  30,  1917. 

CECIL  GILBERT  HOUGHTON. 

Admitted  June  1905.  Member  of  Gilbert  Houghton  &  Son,  of  63  Finsbury 
Pavement,   E.C.     Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of   Court  O.T.C,   and 


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attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt, 
May  2,  1916,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut,  and  A/Capt.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  France. 

NOEL  HOUGHTON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908.  Member  of  Gilbert  Houghton  &  Sons,  of  63  Finsbury 
Pavement,  E.C.  Enlisted  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Lms  of  Court  O.T.C.  Com- 
missioned June  1915,  Temp.  Major  Dec.  1915,  A/Lieut. -Col.  in  command  of 
16th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  1917.  Special 
mention  in  Dispatches.     Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  Sept.  13,  1917. 

ALEC  GUY  HOULDER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905,  practising  at  6  Lloyd's  Avenue,  E.C.  Served  as 
Major,  2nd  (Reserve)  City  of  London  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

WILSON  ALFRED  LAWRENCE  HOULDER. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  27  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined 
Jan.  17,  1916,  as  Driver,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut., 
in  same  Regt.  Feb.  29,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1917,  attached  to  North 
Stafford  Regt.  Jan.  1918.  Served  at  Home  Jan.  to  Sept.  1916  and  Oct.  1917 
to  March  1919,  and  in  France  Sept.  1916  to  Oct.  1917. 

EDWARD  BICKNELL  HOULSTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904.  Managing  Clerk  with  Parson,  Lee  &  Co.,  of  24  Lime 
Street,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Sergeant,  16th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Queen's  Westminster  Rifles),  and  attained  the  rank  of  Company-Sergeant- 
Major  in  May  1915.  Gazetted  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Department 
March  19,  1916,  promoted  A/Capt.  May  1918.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  to  Oct. 
1914;  and  in  France  and  Belgium  Nov.  1914  to  June  1919. 

CHARLES  FREDERICK  HOUSE. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  House,  of  Sevenoaks.  Served  as  Private,  Royal  West 
Kent  Regt. 

ALFRED  CYRIL  HOWARD. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Clerk  with  Harold  Salt,  of  Bournemouth.  Joined 
Sept.  28,  1914,  as  Private,  1/7  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  Commissioned  as 
2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.  Jan.  31,  1917,  and  subsequently  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home,  India  and  Egypt,  France 
and  Salonica. 

CHARLES  MALCOLM  HOWARD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Member  of  Charles  Howard  &  Co.,  of  Manchester. 
Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  The  Rifle  Brigade.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Machine 
Gun  Corps  Dec.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.,  Capt.,  and  subsequently  Major. 
Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France  and  Egypt.     Gassed  and  wounded. 

HENRY  WILFRID  HOWARD  SMITH  HOWARD. 

Articled  to  J.  B.  Pearman,  of  10  Norfolk  Street,  W.C.  Joined  May  13, 
1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Sussex 
Regt.  Aug.  21,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.     Served  in  Egypt,  Palestine 


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Jan.  1916  to  June  1918,  and  in  France  June  to  Sept.  1918.     Wounded  at 
1st  Battle  of  Gaza  March  26,  1917. 

JULIAN  ARTHUR  HOWARD-WATSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Joined  in  1915  as  Driver, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps.  Subsequently  commissioned  in  same  Regt.,  and 
attained  the  rank  of  Temp.  Capt.  and  Courts-Martial  Officer  to  Army  of  the 
Black  Sea. 

BENJAMIN  EDWARD  HOWE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  Of  Port  Talbot.  Joined  Dec.  31,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.),  subsequently  promoted  Lieut.  Served 
in  Egypt  and  Palestine. 

PHILIP  HOWE. 

Articled  to  Albert  Howe,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
12th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  West 
Yorkshire  Regt.  Nov.  2,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1916,  Capt.  June  1917. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  Aug.  2,  1915,  July  1,  1916, 
and  May  2,  1918. 

OWEN  BULMER  HOWELL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906.  Member  of  Neish,  Howell  &  Haldane,  of  47  Watling 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  July  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Flying  Corps,  acted  as 
Pilot  Instructor  and  as  Temp.  Flight  Commander,  transferred  to  Royal 
Naval  Air  Service  as  Sub-Lieut.  June  1917,  and  to  Royal  Air  Force  as 
Lieut.  April  1918.  Served  at  Home,  and  on  Anti-Submarine  work  in 
Home  Waters. 

VERNON  HOWELL. 

Articled  to  W.  Howell,  of  Llanelly.  Joined  Nov.  30,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
15th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1915,  Capt.  1917.  Served  at 
Home  1|  years,  France  2  years,  and  in  India  July  1918  to  Feb.  1919  with 
26th  Punjabis,  and  Feb.  to  Dec.  1919  with  87th  Punjabis  in  Mesopotamia. 
Wounded  July  27,  1917. 

WILLIAM  JENNINGS  HOWEY. 

Admitted  June  1917,  practising  at  3  Gray's  Inn  Square,  W.C.  Joined 
Royal  Flying  Corps  Sept.  1916  as  2nd  Class  Air-Mechanic,  appointed  1st 
Air-Mechanic  June  1917,  promoted  Corporal  June  1918.  Served  in  France 
1916  to  1919. 

JOHN  LESLIE  DESPARD  HOWITT. 

Articled  to  A.  G.  Hawkins,  of  Colchester.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th 
Batt.  Essex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1917. 

CHARLES  WILFRED  HOWLETT. 

Articled  to  F.  R.  Howlett,  of  Maidstone.  Joined  Sept.  1914  as  Private, 
Public  School  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire 
Light  Infantry  1915.  Served  in  France  Sept.  1915  to  July  1916.  Killed  in 
action  at  Battle  of  the  Somme  July  1,  1916. 


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THOMAS  FREDERICK  HOWSE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1902.  Member  of  King,  Hughes  &  Howse,  of  Maidstone. 
Joined  July  5,  1918,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  Feb.  3,  1919.  Served 
at  Home. 

THOMAS  ASPDEN  HOWSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Of  Blackburn,  Lanes.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1914,  Temp. 
Capt.  April  1915,  Capt.  June  1916.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
at  Home,  and  in  France  and  Belgium. 

HARRY  HOYLE. 

Articled  to  Alex  Wright,  of  Bacup.  Joined  Royal  Flying  Corps  July  27, 
1916,  as  a  2nd  Air-Mechanic,  promoted  1st  Air-Mechanic  Dec.  1917.  Served 
in  France  Aug.  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 

HENRY  HOYI.E. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901,  practising  at  Bacup.  Served  as  2nd  Air-Mechanic, 
No.  5  Squadron,  Royal  Flying  Corps. 

JOHN  CLEON  HUBBARD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Hopper  &  Hubbard,  of  Holsworthy, 
Devon.  Joined  July  16,  1915,  as  2nd  Class  Air-Mechanic,  Royal  Flying  Corps, 
appointed  1st  Class  Air-Mechanic  Oct.  1915,  promoted  Sergeant  Dec.  1915, 
Fhght  Sergeant  May  1916.     Served  at  Home. 

LEONARD  HUBBARD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  59  Chancery  Lane,  W.C.  Joined 
and  commissioned  Oct.  7,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  pro- 
moted Capt.  June  1917.     Served-  in  France  and  Salonica. 

HAROLD  ROBERT  HUDLESTON. 

Admitted  July  1908.  Member  of  the  Solicitor's  Staff,  London  and  North- 
western Railway  Company,  Euston  Station,  N.W.  Joined  April  22,  1915, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  and  attached  to  14th 
Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.  June  23,  1915.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
in  Battle  of  Sonune,  France,  July  1,  1916. 

ALLAN  HARRISON  HLT)SON. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Briggs,  of  Stockport.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt. 
Manchester  Regt.  Died  June  14,  1915^  of  wounds  received  in  action  at  the 
Dardanelles. 

ERNEST  WALTER  HUDSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1902.  Member  of  Watson,  Burton  &  Corder,  of  Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne.  Joined  March  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/1  Northumbrian 
Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915.  Served  in 
France  and  Flanders. 

FRANK  HUDSON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907.  Member  of  Roberts,  Riley,  Creeke,  &  Hudson, 
of  Burnley  and  Manchester.  Enlisted  May  1916,  as  Private,  Border  Regt. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Border  Regt.  March  1917,  transferred  to  the  12th  Batt. 


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Manchester  Regt.   Nov.   1917.     Served  in  France  May   1917    to   Oct.   1918. 
Killed  in  action  at  Neuvilly,  France,  Oct.  12,  1918. 

NORMAN  HUDSON. 

Articled  to  T.  G.  Baynes,  of  Dartford,  Kent.  Joined  Jan.  24,  1916,  as 
Private,  23rd  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  and  taken 
prisoner  at  Miraumont  Feb.  17,  1917.     Leg  since  amputated. 

NOEL  HUGH-JONES. 

Articled  to  Llewellyn  Hugh-Jones,  of  Wrexham.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  (T.),  crossed  to  France  Nov. 
1914,  severely  wounded  June  1915.  Obtained  Cadetship  at  Wellington  College, 
Madras,  1916  ;  torpedoed  in  Mediterranean,  awarded  Medal  of  Royal  Humane 
Society  for  gallantry  on  that  occasion.  As  Capt.  53rd  Sikhs  F.F.  attached 
2/151  Indian  Infantry  F.F.     Served  in  Palestine  1918.     Awarded  M.C. 

ALLAN  GIBSON  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Aug.  1912.  Member  of  H.  W.  Hughes  &  Son,  of  Shrewsbury. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry, 
promoted  Capt.  1916.,  A.D.C.  to  General  F.  Ventris  1915  to  1917,  and  additional 
duties  of  G.S.O.  III.  Served  in  the  East,  France,  and  Belgium.  Wounded 
Dec.  30,  1917. 

DAVID  WYNFORD  HUGHES. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Hughes,  of  Ebbw  Vale.  Joined  Nov.  12,  1915,  as 
Private,  3rd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Feb.  1916. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  12,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1918.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France.     Wounded  Jan.  1917. 

EDMUND  JOHN  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1906,  practising  at  Aberdare.  Joined  Sept.  30,  1915, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Discharged  Inns  of  Court  May  1916  medically 
unfit.  Joined  The  Welch  Regt.,  as  Private,  July  1917.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Labour  Corps  Feb.  22,  1918,  promoted  A/Lieut.  April  1918.  Served  at  Home 
as  Commandant  Prisoners  of  War  Camp. 

EDWARD  GEOBGE  VICTOR  HUGHES. 

Articled  to  T.  F.  Howse,  of  Maidstone.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914,  as  Private, 
19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Queen's  Own  Royal  West 
Kent  Regt.  Jan.  9,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  Nov.  1917.  Twice 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  M.C.     Served  in  France. 

ERIC  YORATH  HUGHES. 

Articled  to  Evan  Davies,  of  Cardiff.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2nd  Welsh 
Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916. 

ERNEST  CHARLES  HUGHES. 

Admitted  May  1914,  of  North-svich.  Served  with  the  11th  Batt.  Cheshire 
Regt. 

GEOFFREY  LEONARD  HUGHES. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Rotherham,  of  Coventry.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
3rd  City  of  Birmingham  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.,  transferred  to 
Royal  Sussex  Regt.  1915,  to  19th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers  1915,  to  24th  Batt. 


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Royal  Fusiliers  1916,  attaining  rank  Lance-Sergeant.  Served  in  France. 
Reported  missing,  believed  killed,  at  Beaumont  Hamel  Nov.  13,  1916» 
since  presumed  to  have  been  killed  on  that  date. 

GEORGE  EDWARD  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910,  practising  at  Bournemouth  prior  to  War.  Joined 
Nov.  23,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut,,  East  Surrey  Regt.  (T.F.),  promoted  Temp.  Capt. 
Dec.  1915,  seconded  70th  Provisional  Batt.  (T.F.)  1915,  to  17th  Batt.  Essex 
Regt.  1916,  and  to  Inland  Waterways  and  Docks,  Royal  Engineers,  1917. 
Served  at  Home. 

GEORGE  OSWALD  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  Hooson  &  Hughes,  of  Wrexham. 
Joined  May  29,  1915,  as  Private,  131st  Field  Ambulance,  38th  (Welsh)  Division, 
and  subsequently  promoted  Sergeant.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders  Dec. 
1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

HUGH  BURGESS  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  EHis,  Peirs  &  Co.,  of  17 
Albemarle  Street,  W.  Joined  Nov.  4,  1915,  as  Cadet,  London  University 
O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  (Special  Reserve)  Jan.  14, 
1916,  promoted  A/Lieut.  Nov.  1916,  Substantive  Lieut.  (Special  Reserve) 
July  1917.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  June  1916  to  April  1917. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1884,  practising  at  Barry,  near  Cardiff.  Served  as  Lieut. - 
Col.,  in  Recruiting  Staff,  and  County  Director  for  Glamorgan  V.A.D.  Resigned 
commission  on  Recruiting  Staff  owing  to  close  of  Recruiting  Office  Jan.  1918. 
Awarded  C.B.E. 

JOHN  ARTHUR  HUGHES. 

Admitted  July  1909,  practised  at  Conway.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th 
(Denbighshire)  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  in  France.  Killed  in  action 
Jan.  27,  1915. 

JOHN  HENRY  GLYNNE  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1898,  practising  at  Ammanford.  Served  with  Royal 
Air  Force. 

LEWIS  REGINALD  HUGHES. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  Hughes,  of  Aberystwyth.  Served  in  France  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt.,  attached  to  the  2nd  Batt.  Royal 
Scots  Fusiliers.     Died  of  wounds  received  in  action  on  May  17,  1915. 

PERCY  BARTLETT  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Percy  Hughes  &  Roberts,  of  Birken- 
head. Joined  Oct.  1915,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Commissioned  as 
2nd  Lieut.  Westmorland  and  Cumberland  Yeomanry  Nov.  1919,  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut.     Served  at  Home  1915  to  1916,  and  afterwards  in  France. 

SAM  HUGHES. 

Articled  to  Jagger  &  Clement  Jones,  of  Wrexham.  Enlisted,  as  Private, 
15th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  The  Welch  Regt. 
Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Ypres,  Nov.  8,  1917. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  283 

THOMAS  ARTHUR  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907,  practising  at  Colwyn  Bay,  North  Wales.  Joined 
March  1,  1915,  as  Private,  17th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers.  Commissioned 
in  same  Regt.  May  1,  1915,  promoted  Capt.  April  1916.  Served  in  France 
Aug.  1916  to  March  1918.     Wounded  March  10,  1918. 

THOIMAS  JOHN  HUGHES. 

Articled  to  F.  M.  Radcliffe,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Sept.  22,  1915,  as 
Voluntary  Ambulance  Driver,  British  Red  Cross  Society.  Awarded  Croce 
di  Guerra  (Italian  Military  Cross).  Served  in  France  Sept.  to  Oct.  1915,  and  in 
Italy  Oct.  1915  to  March  1919. 

WILLIAM  HUGHES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1902.  Member  of  Hogan  &  Hughes,  of  7  Arthur  Street, 
E.C.  Joined  in  1915,  as  a  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles),  Went  to  France  in  the  spring  of  1916,  and  received  a  commission  as  2nd 
Lieut.  Bedfordshire  Regt.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Dangerously  wounded  near 
Ovillers  July  3,  1918.     Died  from  wounds  Sept.  14,  1918. 

WILLIAM  EDWIN  HUGHES-NARBOROUGH. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Hughes-Narborough  «fe  Thomas,  of 
"  Effingham  House,"  Arundel  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  in  1917,  as  1st 
Air  Mechanic,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service,  subsequently  promoted  Aero  Engine 
Instructor  (Staff)  Aero  Engine  School.     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  KENELM  HULBERT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1902.  Member  of  Pye-Smith  &  Hulbert,  of  Salisbury. 
Joined  April  8,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  promoted  Lieut.  85th  Provisional  Batt. 
(T.)  June  1915,  A/Capt.  7th  Batt.  Wiltshire  Regt.  Oct.  1916,  Temp.  Capt 
March  1917,  Temp.  Major  Sept.  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C.  and  Bar.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  Egypt,  Salonica,  and  France. 

ERNEST  GRAHAM  JOHNSTON  HUMBERT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  A\'ith  R.  S.  Taylor,  Son  &  Humbert, 
of  4  Field  Court,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  Granted  commission  Oct.  1914,  posted  to  9th  Batt.  Royal 
Berkshire  Regt.  Oct.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  attached  2nd  Batt. 
Hampshire  Regt.  May  1915.    Served  at  Gallipoli.    Died  of  wounds  June  8,  1915. 

OWEN  JOHNSTON  HmiBERT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Member  of  R.  S.  Taylor,  Son  &  Humbert,  of  4 
Field  Court,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  June  1,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  July  10, 
1916,  attached  142nd  Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  attached  4th 
Siege  Battery  Feb.  1917,  attached  XVIII.  Corps  Headquarters  Aug.  1917, 
posted  to  33rd  Auxiliary  Petrol  Company  Sept.  1917;  promoted  Lieut.  Jan. 
1918,  Adjutant  5th  Army  Troops  Mechanical  Transport  Company  March 
1918.     Served  in  France  1916  to  1919. 

CYRIL  MITFORD  HmiBLE-CROFTS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905.  Solicitor  to  The  National  Cash  Register  Company, 
Tottenham  Court  Road,  W.C.     Jomed  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery 


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Company.  Gazetted  as  2nd  Lieut.  Hon.  Artillery  Company  Dec.  1914,  Capt. 
13th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt,  Feb.  1915.  Served  in  France  March  to  June 
1916.     Killed  in  action  at  Richebourg  I'Avoue,  France,  June  30,  1916. 

BRUCE  HUMFREY. 

Articled  to  II.  Scott  Tucker,  of  2  Laurence  Pountney  Hill,  E.C.  Joined 
in  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  2nd  (Public  Schools)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subse- 
quently gazetted  Lieut.  1st  Garrison  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.  Served  in 
India. 

WILLIAM  MURRAY  HUMPHREY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practising  at  Sunderland.  Joined  Dec.  3,  1915, 
as  Private,  Seaforth  Highlanders,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Jan.  1917,  Corporal 
Sept.  1917,  Sergeant  43rd  Royal  Fusiliers  June  1918,  Company-Quartermaster- 
Sergeant  Dec.  1918.     Awarded  the  M.S.M.     Served  in  France. 

DUDLEY  FRANCIS  HIBIPHREYS. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Humphreys,  of  Giltspur  Chambers,  Holborn  Viaduct, 
E.C.  Joined  Aug.  3,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  2nd  Batt.  Queen's  Royal  West  Surrey 
Regt.  Dec.  15,  1914.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Killed  at  Festubert 
May  16,  1915. 

GWILYM  VAUGHAN  HUMPHREYS. 

Articled  to  Robert  Davies,  of  Denbigh.  Joined  Jan.  10,  1917,  as  Private, 
Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  afterwards  transferred  to  King's  Liverpool  Regt. 
Labour  Batt.     Served  at  Home. 

REGINALD  PERCY  HUMPHREYS. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Alsop,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.) 

GERALD  NORMAN  HUNNYBUN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1911.  Of  Huntingdon.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
9th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.,  and  subsequently  promoted  Adjutant,  Lieut., 
and  Major.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  France  and  Italy.     Killed  Oct.  23,  1918. 

KENNETH  HUNNYBUN. 

Admitted  March  1911.  Member  of  Hunnybun  &  Sons,  of  Huntingdon. 
Served  as  Capt.,  Huntingdonshire  Cyclist  Batt.  (T.),  promoted  Major  June 
1916.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O. 

IVLVRTIN  GERALD  WOODLEY  HUNNYBUN. 

Admitted  April  1904.  Member  of  Hunnybun  &  Sons,  of  Huntingdon. 
Served  as  Lance-Corporal,  Huntingdonshire  Cyclist  Batt.  (T.).  Gazetted 
Lieut.  9th  Batt.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  July  1917. 

CHARLES  ANTHONY  HUNT. 

Admitted  May  1902.  Chief  Assistant  Solicitor,  Metropolitan  Water 
Board,  2  South  Place,  E.C.  Joined  June  14,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Labour  Corps  Dec.  16,  1917.  Served  in  France 
and  at  Home. 


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EDGAR  WALLER  HUNT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  Dixon  &  Hunt,  of  4  Venilam  Buildings, 
Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Feb.  1916,  as  Private,  Hertfordshire  Yeomanry. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Westminster  Dragoons  (attached  Queen's  Own  Oxfordshire 
Hussars).     Wounded  in  France  Sept.  3,  1918. 

HARRY  HUNT. 

Admitted  June  1905,  practising  at  Woking.  Joined  May  16, 1916,  as  Staff- 
Sergeant,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Forage  Department.     Served  at  Home. 

JACK  HUNT. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912,  practising  at  Peterborough.  Joined  Jan.  1,  1917,  as 
Private,  5th  T.R.B.  (Infantry),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  2/6  West  Yorkshire 
Regt.  (T.)  April  1917.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  (T). 
Jan.  3, 1918.  Served  at  Home  Jan.  to  April  1917  and  July  1917  to  March  1919, 
and  in  France  April  to  July  1917. 

JOSEPH  HUNT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1904.  Member  of  Fowle  &  Hunt,  of  Northallerton.  Joined 
Nov.  4,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.  2/4  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.,  subse- 
quently promoted  Lieut,  and  Capt.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

ROBERT  LANCELOT  GIBBS  HUNT. 

Articled  to  John  Hunt,  of  Banbury.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Oxford 
and  Bucks  Light  Infantry  Sept.  12,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  Capt. 
Aug.  1916.  Served  in  France.  Woimded  at  Ypres  April  1916.  Killed  at 
Gueudecourt  Oct.  7,  1916. 

WALTER  JOHN  HUNT. 

Admitted  April  1898,  practising  at  Pershore,  Worcestershire.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  8th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Jime  1916. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

GERALD  WILLIAM  HUNTBACH. 

Admitted  April  1914.  Member  of  W.  M.  Huntbach,  of  Hanley.  Mobi- 
lised Aug,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry  (T.F.), 
promoted  Capt.  Oct.  1914,  transferred  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  (Motors)  Aug. 
1915,  to  Tank  Corps  Dec.  1916,  promoted  to  Temp.  Major  Jan.  1917.  Served 
at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Feb.  1916,  and  in  France  Feb.  to  Oct.  1916  and  Aug.  1917 
to  April  1919.     Wounded  at  Cambrai  Nov.  20,  1917. 

WILLIAM  HUNTBACH. 

Admitted  Feb.  1886,  practising  at  Hanley.  Served  as  Major,  4th  Batt. 
King's  Shropshire  Light  Infantry. 

ARTHUR  JOHN  HUNTER. 

Articled  to  E.  L.  Chapman,  of  44  Bloomsbury  Square,  W.C.  Served  as 
Lance-Corporal,  14th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (London  Scottish). 

RICHi^RD  JOCELYN  HL^'TER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Hunter  &  Haynes,  of  5  New  Square,  Lin- 
coln's Inn,  W.C.  Served  as  Capt.,  London  Regt.  Wounded  Aug.  24,  1918. 
Died  before  reaching  Clearing  Station. 


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WILLIAM  STUART  HUNTER. 

Admitted  May  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  H.  T.  Kearsey,  of  Grimsby. 
Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.  Killed  in  action 
July  31,  1919. 

WENSLEY  BARCLAY  HUNTON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1894.  Member  of  W.  B.  &  C.  Hunton,  of  Richmond,  Yorks. 
Rejoined  Aug.  31,  1914,  with  rank  of  Capt.  the  Special  Reserve  of  the  A.P.W.O. 
Yorkshire  Regt.,  Temp.  Major  March  to  Oct.  1915,  promoted  Substantive 
Major  June  1918.     Served  at  Home,  Flanders,  and  Bermuda. 

WILLIAM  HUNTRISS. 

Admitted  April  1911.  Member  of  Huntriss  &  Huntriss,  of  Halifax. 
Joined  Sept.  1914  Public  Schools  and  University  Corps.  Gazetted  Lieut.  3rd 
Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.,  afterwards  attached  to  Gold 
Coast  Regt.  Served  in  France  and  East  Africa.  Wounded  in  France.  Died 
at  Coomassie  of  pneumonia  Oct.  23,  1916. 

HUGH  SWANN  HURRELL. 

Articled  to  H.  F.  J.  Banham,  of  Royston,  Herts.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Kent  Cyclist  Batt. 

JOHN  NORMAN  HURRELL. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practising  at  Kingsbridge,  Devon.  Joined  Sept.  18, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/7  (C.)  Batt.  Devon  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
attached  2/8  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.  May  1916,  attached  61st  Medium 
Trench  Mortars  Aug.  1916,  and  subsequently  posted  to  Y  Battery  61st  Medium 
Trench  IMortars.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Taken  prisoner  at  St. 
Quentin  March  21,  1918. 

NORMAN  CECIL  HURST. 

Articled  to  F.  H.  Stapley,  of  Eastbourne.  Joined  Aug.  28,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Sussex  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  and  attached  to  164th  Siege  Battery, 
promoted  to  Lieut.  June  1916,  A /Major  June  1917,  promoted  A /Capt.  and 
2nd  in  command  of  323rd  Siege  Battery  April  1918,  appointed  A/Major  of 
323rd  Siege  Battery  May  4  to  11,  1918,  remained  A/Capt.  May  1918  to 
April  1919.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1915  to  Sept.  1916,  and  in  France 
Sept.  1916  to  April  1919. 

CHARLES  JOHN  HUSKINSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1888.  Member  of  Larken  &  Co.,  of  Lincoln  and  Newark. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  Col.  in  command  of  8th  Batt.  Sherwood  Foresters  and 
went  to  France  as  Lieut. -Col.  in  1914,  promoted  Colonel  in  1918.  Twice  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.     Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military).     Served  in  France. 

WILLIAM  GORDON  HUTCHENCE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909,  practised  at  Saltburn-by-the-Sea.  Served  as  Capt., 
18th  (Service)  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Major  Jan.  1917. 

ANTHONY  CHRISTOPHER  CAMPBELL  HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1908,  practised  at  18  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  Joined  Sept. 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut.  1915,  Capt. 
1916  when  he  transferred  to  the  Regular  Army,  A/Major  Oct.  1916.     Served 


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in  the  Serbian  retreat  and  in  Salonica  and  was  given  command  of  a  Machine 
Gun  Company.  Joined  tlie  Egyptian  Expeditionary  Force  Sept.  1917,  and 
served  in  Palestine.  Contracted  influenza  which  developed  into  double 
pneumonia.     Died  Nov.  18,  1918. 

ARTHUR  ST.  CLARE  HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted  July  1909.  Of  Croydon.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  South 
Wales  Borderers. 

EDGAR  FRANCIS  HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted  March  1914.  Member  of  M.  W.  and  E.  F.  Hutchinson,  of 
Middlesbrough.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Com- 
missioned as  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.)  March  1915.  Served 
in  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Ypres  May  24,  1915. 

HANLEY  HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practised  at  Ripon.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Lieut., 
5th  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.,  subsequently  appointed  Machine  Gun  Officer 
to  Brigade.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  Aug.  31,  1917,  died  Sept.  1,  1917. 

MILES  WILLIAM  HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1903.  Member  of  M.  W.  and  E.  F.  Hutchinson,  of  Middles- 
brough. Joined  May  4,  1917,  as  Private,  83rd  Training  Reserve  Batt.  York- 
shire Regt.,  transferred  to  3rd  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt. 
July  1917,  and  to  19th  Officers  Cadet  Batt.  Nov.  1917.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
2nd  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  May  1918.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France. 

NOEL  WILFRID  HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted  April  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Crossman,  Prichard  & 
Co.,  of  16  Theobald's  Road,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  4, 1914,  as  Private, 
28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Militia,  Isle  of  Jersey,  Feb.  9,  1915,  seconded  to  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  (M.T.)  Dec.  1915,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  June  1916,  appointed 
Adjutant  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  London  District,  with  acting  rank  of 
Capt.  Aug.  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  Jersey. 

ALFRED  HUTLEY. 

Admitted  April  1899,  practising  at  Leeds.  Served  with  the  Legion  of 
Frontiersmen  (Leeds  District). 

ARTHUR  MILES  HUTTON. 

Admitted  March  1909.  Managing  Clerk  with  Whites  &  Co.,  of  28  Budge 
Row,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London 
Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Feb.  1915.  Commissioned  2nd 
Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Aug.  15,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916, 
appointed  A/Capt.  Oct.  1918.  Served  at  Home  till  Sept.  1915,  Dardanelles 
Oct.  1915  to  Feb.  1916,  Egypt  Feb.  1916  to  Feb.  1918  and  April  to  Aug.  1919, 
Palestine  Feb.  1918  to  April  1919. 

HAROLD  EDWARD  HYDE. 

Articled  to  C.  J.  Bayspool  Porter,  of  2  Wardrobe  Place,  Doctors'  Commons, 
E.C.     Joined  Aug.  1915,  as  Private,  1/4  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Royal  Fusiliers), 


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and  subsequently  promoted  Lance-Corporal.  Awarded  the  M.M.  Served  at 
Home,  Malta,  Cairo,  Dardanelles,  and  France.  Killed  in  action  Sept.  9,  1916. 
JOHN  BEAN  HYDE. 

Admitted  May  1911.     Member  of  Watson,  Atkinson  &  Hyde,  of  Liverpool. 
Served  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 


LEONARD  PERCY  I'ANSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901,  practised  at  Middlesbrough.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  (T.)  Yorkshire  Regt.  ("Green  Howards").  Served  in 
France.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  St.  Julien,  near  Ypres,  Apri  27,  1915,  within 
a  few  days  of  landing. 

JOHN  HUGH  WILLIAMS  IDRIS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  R.  E.  H.  Fisher,  of  21  Old 
Buildings,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.,  subsequently  promoted  Corporal.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  19th  Batt. 
London  Regt.  May  28,  1915,  promoted  A/Lieut.  Aug.  1915  and  A/Capt.  1916, 
transferred  to  6th  Batt.  London  Regt.  as  Lieut.  June  1917,  and  promoted 
A/Capt.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home,  France  and  Belgium, 
and  Germany. 

FREDERICK  JOHN  ILES. 

Admitted  March  1898,  practised  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Private,  Bristol 
Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt. 

GEOFFREY  INCE. 

Articled  to  J.  Donaldson  Harward,  of  Stourbridge.  Joined  June  28, 
1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  and  posted  to  6th  Siege  Battery, 
promoted  Bombardier  Oct.  1917.  Served  in  France  Jan.  1918,  in  Italy  Feb. 
to  Nov.  1918. 

JOHN  OSCAR  INCE. 

Admitted  July  1899.  Member  of  Ince,  Colt,  Ince  &  Roscoe,  of  St.  Benet 
Chambers,  Fenchurch  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Able  Seaman,  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve  (Anti-Aircraft  Corps). 

ALFRED  EDWARD  INDERWICK. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Of  31  Budge  Row,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Served 
as  Private,  695th  Coy.  (M.T.)  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

DONALD  GORDON  INESON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Scholefield,  Taylor  &  Maggs, 
of  Batley,  Yorks.  Joined  Nov.  1915,  as  Cadet,  Leeds  University  O.T.C. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Jan.  29, 1916.  Served 
in  France.     Discharged  May  31,  1917,  on  account  of  gas  poisoning. 

CHARLES  WILLIAJVI  INGHAM. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Thomas  Hidderley,  of  Stock- 
port. Joined  1916  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  (Wireless  Section),  sub- 
sequently Petty  Ofiieer  Telegraphist.  Served  in  English  Channel  and  around 
Scottish  Coast. 


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PERCIVAL  ARTHUR  INGHAM. 

Articled  to  N.  L.  Fleming,  of  Bradford.  Joined  Dec.  27,  1916,  as  Private, 
6th  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.,  remained  on  Staff  work 
at  Recruiting  Office  the  whole  time. 

JOHN  EDWARD  INGHAM. 

Admitted  March  1907.  Of  Halifax.  Served  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field 
Artillery. 

REGINALD  THOMAS  INGHAM. 

Admitted  Jan.  1916,  practising  at  Clitheroe.  Joined  Nov.  1917,  as  Gunner, 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  INGHAM. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905,  practising  at  Halifax.  Joined  Aug.  2,  1916,  as 
Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery  Aug.  4,  1918.     Served  at  Home. 

NORMAN  MURRAY  INGLEDEW. 

Admitted  Feb.  1903.     Member  of  Ingledew  &  Sons,  of  Cardiff.     Joined 
Oct.  27,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  7th  (Cyclist)  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.),  promoted 
Lieut.   March  1915,   A/Capt.   July   1915,   Temp.   Capt.   15th  (Pioneer)  Batt. 
Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.  July  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
CECIL  GEORGE  INGLIS. 

Articled  to  W.  G.  Thomas,  of  Ellesmere.  Joined  Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Private, 
1st  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  June  2,  1916.  Served 
in  France.     Invalided  out  March  4,  1918. 

STANLEY  INGLIS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practised  at  Stockton-on-Tees.  Joined  May  1916, 
as  Private,  Cameron  Highlanders.  Served  in  France  and  Flanders.  Killed 
in  action  near  Kemmel  April  25,  1918. 

FREDERICK  JOHN  MILLAR  INGOLDBY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Wilson,  Bell,  Ingoldby  &  Son,  of  Louth. 
MobiHsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  5th  (T.)  Batt.  Lincolnshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Capt.  Oct.  1914,  Major  Dec.  1917.  Served  in  England  Aug.  1914  to  Feb.  1915 
and  July  1915  to  Jan.  1919,  France  and  Belgium  Feb.  to  July  1915.  Wounded 
at  Zillibeke  July  14,  1915. 

HUMPHREY  INGOLDBY. 

Articled  to  F.  J.  Ingoldby,  of  Louth.     Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Batt. 
Lincolnshire  Regt,,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1916.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
ARTHUR  IRVINE  INGRAM. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Member  of  Thring,  Sheldon  &  Ingram,  of  Bath. 
Joined  Oct.  31,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/4  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry, 
A/Capt.  1916  to  1918,  Adjutant  1915  to  1918,  Temp.  Major  April  1918, 
promoted  Capt.  July  1918.  Served  in  India,  Burma,  Palestine,  Egypt,  and 
Sudan. 
JOHN  HAMPDEN  INSKIP. 

Admitted  Sept.  1905.  Member  of  James  Inskip  &  Son,  of  Bristol.  Served 
in  Royal  Flying  Corps. 


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LESLIE  INSKIPP. 

Articled  to  F.  W.  Morgan,  of  Hastings.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private, 
Hon.  Artillery  Company.     Killed  in  action  in  France  March  12,  1915. 

FREDERICK  MITCHELL  IREDALE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898.  Member  of  Cohen  &  Cohen,  of  2  Finsbury  Circus, 
E.C.     Served  as  Capt.,  Royal  Air  Force. 

WILLIAM  MORLEY  IRONS. 

Articled  to  William  Irons,  J.P.,  of  Sheffield.  Joined  April  14,  1916, 
Sheffield  University  O.T.C.  Granted  a  commission  as  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  York 
and  Lancaster  Regt.  Sept.  24,  1917,  and  at  once  sent  out  to  France.  Killed 
in  action  at  Neuve  Eglise  April  13,  1918. 

PAGET  GEORGE  IRVINE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901,  practised  at  Bristol.  Joined  Sept.  18,  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  1/6  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Aug.  1915.  Served 
in  France  March  to  Nov.  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Hebuterne,  France, 
Nov.  30,  1915. 

SAMUEL  IRWIN. 

Articled  to  E.  C.  Pearson,  of  Manchester.  Joined  Sept.  8,  1914,  as  Private, 
20th  Batt.  Royal  Fusihers  (U.P.S.)  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Manchester  Regt. 
about  March  1919.     Served  in  France  Nov.  1915  to  June  1918. 

EDWARD  SWINTON  WODEHOUSE  ISAAC. 

Admitted  May  1897.  Member  of  C,  O.  Humphreys  &  Son,  of  4  and  5 
Warwick  Court,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  28,  1914,  as  Private,  Essex 
Yeomanry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Sept.  2,  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  May  1917.     Served  in  France  Dec.  1914  to  April  1919. 

GEORGE  GOWER  ISAAC. 

Admitted  Jan.  1899.  Member  of  Hartland,  Isaac,  Watkins  &  Lewis,  of 
Swansea.  Served  as  Major,  South  Wales  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.) 
Died  of  pneumonia  Aug.  1,  1916. 

CYRIL  BICKFORD  ISARD. 

Articled  to  his  father  A.  J.  Isard,  of  41  Moorgate  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Capt.,  10th  Batt.  London  Regt.     Killed  in  action. 

JAMES  ISHERWOOD. 

Admitted  July  1884,  practising  at  Heywood,  and  Bury.  Served  as 
Lieut. -Col.  5th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches  and 
awarded  C.B. 

JOHN  ISMAY. 

Admitted  June  1907,  practised  at  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Served  as 
Private,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

ALFRED  HUBERT  IVENS. 

Admitted  Jan.  1899,  practising  at  Yarmouth,  Isle  of  Wight  Joined  in 
Melbourne  in  1914,  as  Private,  3rd  Brigade  Australian  Army  Service  Corps, 
and  subsequently  promoted  Corporal.  Served  at  Home,  Gallipoli,  Egypt, 
France,  and  Belgium. 


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FRANCIS  BURDETT  IVENS. 

Admitted  April  1905.  Formerly  of  34  and  35  High  Holborn,  and  for  some 
years  at  Iposi,  Fed.  Malay  States.  Joined  in  1916,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County 
of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  1st  Lieut.  Scots  Guards.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Served  at  Home,  France,  etc.,  and  in  West  Africa. 

KENNETH  HILL  IVES. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Of  Leeds.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th 
Batt.  Prince  of  Wales'  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Died  of  pneumonia  at  York 
Military  Hospital  Dec.  9,  1914. 

JAMES  ALBERT  IVESON. 

Articled  to  Harry  Wray,  of  Hull.  Joined  July  26,  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.) 
Nov.  1915,  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  June  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  France  and  Belgium  March  1916  to  Nov.  1918.     Wounded  Nov.  2,  1917. 


HAROLD  JACKS. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practised  at  South  Shields,  and  Jarrow.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  with  the  7th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry.  Went  to  France  April 
1915  and  wounded  at  2nd  Battle  of  Ypres.  Received  appointment  on  General 
Staff  of  Northern  Command,  York,  and  afterwards  Staff  Capt.  to  208th  (Reserve) 
Infantry  Brigade,  Doncaster,  subsequently  appointed  to  4th  Nigeria  Regt.  and 
on  the  Staff  of  the  West  African  Frontier  Force.  Died  at  Lagos,  Nigeria, 
Jan.  27,  1919. 

ALBERT  JACKSON. 

Admitted  March  1912.  Member  of  J.  T.  Jackson  &  Co.,  of  Oldham, 
Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Garr.  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 

ARTHUR  HARDING  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Member  of  Jackson  &  Jackson,  of  Sheffield.  Served 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  York  and  Lancashire  Regt. 

BASIL  JACKSON. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Member  of  Jackson s  &  Monk,  of  Middlesbrough. 
MobiUsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  A.P.W.O.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.),  pro- 
moted Major  April  1915,  Staff  Capt.  Aug.  1914  to  Aug.  1916,  Brigade  Major 
142nd  Infantry  Brigade  Aug.  1916  to  Jan.  1917,  attached  British  Mission  to 
Portuguese  Expeditionary  Force  Jan.  to  Dec.  1917,  G.S.O.  VII.  Corps  Dec.  1917 
to  Nov.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.,  T.D., 
and  Ancient  Order  of  Aviz  of  Portugal.  Served  in  France  and  at  Home. 
Wounded  April  22,  1915. 

CHARLES  JAIVIES  JACKSON. 

Admitted  April  1884,  practising  at  Norwich.  Served  as  Capt.,  10th  Batt. 
Norfolk  Regt. 

EVELYN  WILLAN  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1905.  Managing  Clerk  with  Sharman,  Jackson  &  Archer, 
of  Wellingborough.     Joined  Sept.  29,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  T.F.  Reserve  (General 


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List),  commission  cancelled  1916  owing  to  medical  unfitness.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  152nd  Labour  Company  Aug.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1919  Served 
in  Belgium  and  France  Oct.  1917  to  Dec.  1918,  and  at  Home. 

FRANCIS  JAMES  GIDLOW  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Denham  &  Jackson,  of  Manchester. 
Mobilised  August  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2nd  East  Lancashire  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1914,  Substantive  Lieut. 
June  1916,  Capt.  March  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt  1914, 
Gallipoli  1915,  Sinai  1916,  France  and  Belgium  1917  to  1919. 

FRANCIS  LEONARD  HUNTER  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1913,  practised  at  Ilkeston.  Joined  March  1915  as  Seaman,^ 
Public  Schools  Batt.  Royal  Naval  Division.  Promoted  Sub-Lieut.  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve  June  1915  (Howe  Batt.  Royal  Naval  Division),  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1917.  Served  at  Gallipoli  Aug.  1915  until  Evacuation,  France 
May  1916  to  Oct.  1917.     Killed  in  action  at  Passchendaele  Oct.  26,  1917. 

FREDERICK  GEORGE  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1898,  practising  at  Leeds.  Joined  July  24, 1917,  as  Private,. 
105th  (Service)  Coy.  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps.     Served  at  Home. 

HAROLD  HEYWOOD  JACKSON. 

Admitted  July  1909,  practising  at  Wigan,  Lancashire.  Joined  Feb.  1915,^ 
as  Cadet,  Manchester  University  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  King's 
Liverpool  Regt.  (T.)  Dec.  1915,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  March  1916.  Served 
in  France.     Wounded  July  31,  1917. 

HAROLD  WARTERS  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904.  Member  of  Jackson  &  Jackson,  of  Sheffield.  Served 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 

HERBERT  EDMUND  JACKSON. 

Articled  to  W.  N.  Jackson,  of  Salisbury.  Joined  Sept.  4,  1914,  as  Private,. 
1/4  Batt.  Wiltshire  Regt.  Obtained  commission  in  same  Regt.  June  1917. 
Served  in  India,  Egypt,  Palestine,  Sudan.  Wounded  at  3rd  Battle  of  Gaza 
Nov.  17,  1917. 

HOWARD  MURRAY  JACKSON. 

Articled  to  A.  O.  Warren,  of  4  Great  James  Street,  W.C.  Served  as  Trooper,. 
Royal  Bucks  Hussars. 

IVOR  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910.  Member  of  A.  M.  Jackson  &  Co.,  of  Hull.  Joined 
Aug.  29,  1914,  as  Lieut.,  10th  (Service)  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Adjutant  Nov.  1914  to  Sept.  1917,  Courts-Martial  Officer 
Canadian  Corps  Aug.  to  Sept.  1917,  transferred  to  General  List  on  appointment 
as  Staff  Captain  Sept.  1917,  Staff  Capt.  137th  Infantry  Brigade,  46th  (North 
Midland)  Division  (T.),  Sept.  1917  to  Oct.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Nov.  1915  and  from  Dec.  1918,  Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  March 
1916,  and  France  March  1916  to  Dec.  1918.  Wounded  June  21  1918,  and  Oct.  2,. 
1918. 


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JOHN  GEORGE  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practising  at  Plymouth.  Joined  July  1915  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.,  commissioned  July  3,  1916,  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.)',  attached  2nd 
Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Capt.  Wounded  on  Western 
Front  Dec.  1,  1916. 

THOMAS  JACKSON. 

Articled  to  Reuben  Cohen,  of  Stockton-on-Tees.  Served  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Medical  Corps  (T.). 

VINCENT  HARRY  ORWELL  JACKSON. 

Articled  to  Frank  Collis,  of  Stoke-on-Trent.  Served  as  Private,  2nd  Batt. 
North  Staffordshire  Regt.     Subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt. 

WILLIMI  JACKSON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1895.  Member  of  Oliver  Jones,  Billson  &  Co.,  of  Liverpool. 
Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers  (Sportsman's  Batt.),  transferred 
to  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Dec.  1914.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Notts  and 
Derby  Regt.  March  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Served  at  Home  Oct. 
1914  to  July  1917,  and  in  France  July  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

JOHN  REGINALD  JACOB. 

Admitted  Dec.  1896,  practising  at  Abergavenny.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  3rd  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Nov.  1915.  Served  at 
Home. 

WILLIAM  GEORGE  JACOBSON. 

Admitted  April  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Messrs.  Browne,  Son  & 
Williams,  of  Nottingham.  Joined  Dec.  14,  1915,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison 
Artillery,  promoted  Bombardier  March  1916,  Sergeant  Nov.  1916.  Served 
at  Home  Dec.  1915  to  May  1916,  and  in  France  May  1916  to  Feb.  1919. 

WALTER  GEORGE  JACOMB-HOOD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1901.  Member  of  Norgate  &  Hood,  of  Dereham,  Norfolk. 
Joined  Nov.  10,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut. 
Dec.  1914,  A/Capt.  April  1915,  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  June 
1918.  Served  at  Home  Nov.  1914  to  July  1918,  and  in  France  Aug.  1918  to 
Feb.  1919. 

HENRY  HARRIS  JAGO. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Jago,  of  Plymouth.  Joined  Sept.  1914  as  Private 
in  Public  Schools  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt. 
July  1915,  promoted  A/Capt.  and  subsequently  A/IMajor.  Awarded  the 
D.S.O.  and  M.C.  with  Bar.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  April  25, 
1918. 

ALYN  REGINALD  JAMES. 

Articled  to  R.  P.  James,  of  Wrexham.  Joined  as  Motor  Dispatch  Rider, 
attached  to  Denbighshire  Yeomanry.  Obtained  commission  in  Denbighshire 
Yeomanry  and  attained  the  rank  of  Capt.,  subsequently  attached  Royal  Flying 
Corps.  Missing  and  afterwards  reported  killed  near  Amiens  on  March  24, 
1918,  whilst  leading  his  flight. 


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ARTHUR  PERKINS  JAIMES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1881,  practising  at  Cardiff.  Served  as  Col.  Commanding 
5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.). 

CHARLES  HERBERT  JAMES. 

Articled  to  W.  J.  Vaughan,  of  Fishguard.  Served  as  Trooper,  Pembroke- 
shire Yeomanry. 

CYRIL  HAMMOND  JMIES. 

Articled  to  F.  Lawson  Lewis,  of  Eastbourne.  Joined  Dec.  7,  1914,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  May  1916,  Capt. 
May  1917.     Served  in  France. 

DAVID  WATKIN  JMIES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901,  practising  at  Tonypandy.  Served  as  Private,  Royal 
Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 

EDWARD  CUTHBERT  ALINGTON  JAMES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911,  practising  at  East  Retford.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
8th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derbyshire  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  (T.),  subsequently 
attained  the  rank  of  Capt.     Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

ENOCH  LEWIS  JAMES. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Morgan,  Bruce  &  Nicholas, 
of  Pontypridd,  Glam.  Joined  Nov.  1915  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Nov.  1916.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in 
action  in  France  Feb.  18,  1917. 

GWILYM  CHRISTOPHER  BOWHING  JAMES. 

Admitted  May  1909.  Member  of  Gwilym  James,  Charles  &  Davies,  of 
Merthyr  Tydfil.  Joined  Sept.  1916  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
3rd  Batt.,  attached  2nd  Batt.,  South  Wales  Borderers.  Served  in  France. 
Died  in  No.  21  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  France,  Nov.  23,  1917,  from  wounds 
received  in  action. 

HAROLD  GWYNNE  JAMES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Member  of  Gwynne  James  &  Son,  of  Hereford. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  Welsh  Division  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (T.),  promoted 
Capt.  30th  Divisional  Supply  Column  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  June  1916. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

HENRY  JAMES. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Assistant  Solicitor  Halifax  Corporation.  Joined 
the  Middlesex  Regt.  and  attained  the  rank  of  Lance-Sergeant.  Served  in. 
France.     Reported  missing  Aug.  18,  1916. 

HERBERT  VICTOR  JAMES. 

Admitted  July  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  W.  T.  James,  of  Eastbourne. 
Joined  Aug.  30,  1914,  as  Private,  Universities  and  Public  Schools  Brigade 
(18th  Royal  Fusiliers).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Flying  Corps  July  7,  1916, 
transferred  to  3rd  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  June  1917,  promoted  Capt.,  transferred 
to  General  List,  and  appointed  Courts-Martial  Officer  Oct.  1917.  Served  in 
France. 


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JOHN  EGBERT  JAMES. 

Admitted  March  1898.  Managing  Clerk  with  Travers  Smith,  Braith- 
waite  &  Co.,  of  4  Throgmorton  Avenue,  E.C.  Joined  June  1916,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (Special  Reserve),  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 
Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  PERCIVAL  JAMIESON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practised  at  Whetstone.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th 
Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  D.S.O. 

WILLIAM  HUSKISSON  VYVYAN  JAQUES. 

Admitted  April  1915.  Member  of  Jaques  &  Co.,  of  8  Ely  Place,  E.C. 
Served  as  Private,  5th  (City  of  London)  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle 
Brigade). 

GEORGE  FREDERICK  JERVAULX  JARVIS. 

Admitted  May  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  M.  J.  Jarvis,  of  4  Finsbury 
Square,  E.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Farrier-Sergeant,  Hon.  Artillery 
Company.  Obtained  commission  5th  Reserve  Cavalry  (20th  Hussars)  Oct.  28, 
1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt  and  in  France.  Killed  France 
Sept.  28,  1918. 

HORACE  EUSTACE  GEORGE  JARVIS. 

Articled  to  Charles  Bowen,  of  25  Ely  Place,  E.C.  Served  as  Able  Seaman, 
H.M.S.  Achates. 

MATTHEW  JERVOISE  JARVIS. 

Admitted  July  1893,  practising  at  4  Finsbury  Square,  E.C.  Mobilised 
Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Quartermaster-Sergeant  "  A  "  Battery  Horse  Artillery,  Hon. 
Artillery  Company.  Raised  2 /A  Battery  and  promoted  (Acting)  Camp 
Quartermaster.  Awarded  the  Territorial  Force  Efficiency  Medal.  Served 
at  Home. 

REGINALD  FREDERIC  TUDOR  JASPER. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Smith,  of  9  John  Street,  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  8,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  July  24,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  Served 
at  Home,  France,  and  Belgimn.  Wounded  at  Battle  of  the  Somme  July  1, 
1916. 

JOHN  WILLIAM  JEAKES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1916.  Member  of  Hickson,  Moir  &  Jeakes,  of  52  New 
Broad  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  27,  1915,  attached  9th  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt. 
Feb.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1915,  attached  to  1st  Batt.  in  France  Oct. 

1915,  and  subsequently  to  6th  Batt.  Served  in  France  Oct.  1915  to  Feb.  1917 
and  Aug.  to  Oct.  1917.  Severely  wounded  Feb.  25,  1917.  Killed  in  action 
near  Poelcappelle,  Flanders,  Oct.  12,  1917. 

GERALD  MARK  JEANS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913,  practising  at  50  Bedford  Row,  W.C.     Joined  Nov.  8, 

1916,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Wiltshire  Regt. 


296  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

Aug.  1,  1917.  Served  in  Belgium  and  France.  Wounded  on  Ypres-Comines 
Canal  April  26,  1918,  on  La  Bass6e  Canal  Aug.  18,  1918,  near  Valenciennes 
Nov.  4,  1918. 

FRANK  ARTHUR  JEFFCOATE. 

Articled  to  W,  E.  Lester,  of  Nuneaton.  Joined  Sept.  6,  1914,  as  Private, 
7th  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Sergeant  Sept.  1916. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  IMachine  Gun  Corps  Sept.  26,  1917.  Served  at  Home 
Sept.  1914  to  Sept.  1915  and  March  to  Nov.  1917,  in  France  Sept.  to  Nov. 
1915,  Salonica  Nov.  1915  to  Jan.  1917,  and  in  Mesopotamia  Nov.  1917  to  March 
1919. 

HERBERT  ATHELSTAN  JEFFERY. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Herbert  J.  Jeffery,  of  Bradford. 
Joined  British  Red  Cross  Society  May  1,  1915,  as  Registrar  to  No.  4  Red  Cross 
Hospital,  B.E.F.,  transferred  to  No.  2  Red  Cross  Hospital  as  Quartermaster 
Dec.  1915,  transferred  to  Headquarters  for  special  duty  Feb.  1919,  appointed 
Deputy  Commandant  of  Orderlies  Headquarters  June  1919,  appointed  Secretary 
to  the  Deputy  Commissioner  Sept.  9,  1919,  appointed  Deputy  Demobili- 
sation Officer  (for  France)  Nov.  1919.  Awarded  M.B.E.  Served  in  France 
throughout. 

ERIC  WEBB  JEFFREYS. 

Articled  to  L.  Moore,  of  Newport,  Mon.  Joined  Sept.  3,  1914,  as  Private, 
Public  Schools  Brigade,  21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
2nd  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  Jan.  7,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915,  Capt. 
Aug.  1915,  acted  as  Major  in  France  with  The  Welch  Regt.,  as  Instructor  in 
Tactics  with  No.  16  O.C.B.  1917,  transferred  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  as  Capt. 
and  Flying  Officer  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France.     Twice  wounded. 

FRANCIS  BERNARD  JEFFRIES. 

Articled  to  Herbert  Jeffries,  of  Birmingham.  Joined  June  3,  1918,  as 
Cadet,  Royal  Air  Force.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force,  Aug.  8,  1918. 
Served  at  Home. 

HAROLD  JOHN  FOTHERINGHAM  JEFFRIES. 

Admitted  Jan.  12,  1911.  Member  of  Wartnaby,  Jeffries  &  Son,  of  Market 
Harborough.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th  Batt,  Leicestershire  Regt. 
(T.),  promoted  Major  Sept.  1915.  Served  in  France  from  Feb.  1915.  Killed 
in  action  at  Hooge  Sept.  26,  1915. 

HERBERT  WILLIAM  JELF. 

Admitted  June  1908.  Member  of  Taylor,  Hoare  &  Jelf,  of  12  Norfolk 
Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  June  8,  1916,  as  Sub. -Lieut.,  Royal  Naval 
Volunteer  Reserve.  Served  afloat  with  Grand  Fleet  (10th  Cruiser  Squadron 
and  9th  Cruiser  Squadron)  and  on  Detached  Service. 

CYRIL  DONALD  THOMAS  JENKINS. 

Articled  to  Richard  Jenkins,  of  Swansea.  Joined  March  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers.  Served  in  Gallipoli.  Wounded  and 
afterwards  attached  to  Royal  Flying  Corps.     Killed  Oct.  2,  1916. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  297 

DAVID  JENKINS. 

Articled  to  T.  A.  Rees,  of  Merthyr  Tydfil,  Glam.  Joined  Oct.  1915, 
a,s  Private,  Welch  Guards.  Obtained  commission  in  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers 
April  1917  and  attached  South  Wales  Borderers  1918  as  Lieut.  Served  in 
France.  Wounded  at  Pilkem,  Ypres,  July  31,  1917.  Torpedoed  SS.  Leinster 
Oct.  10,  1918. 

EDWARD  BASIL  TERENCE  JENKINS. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Bentley,  of  232  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  6,  1914,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  promoted  Corporal  1915.  Subsequently  gazetted 
Lieut.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  Somme  1916.  Dis- 
charged unfit,  Oct.  1918. 

JOHN  HENRY  JENKINS. 

Admitted  May  1906,  practising  at  Carnarvon.  Joined  June  1,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  2/6  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Capt.  May  1917.  Served 
in  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine  throughout  the  campaign.  Wounded  at 
Gaza  March  26,  1917. 

MARTIN  GWYN  JENKINS. 

Admitted  April  1907,  practising  at  Aberavon.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1,  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  Glamorgan  Royal  Horse  Artillery,  and  promoted  Major  in  March 
1919.  Awarded  the  T.D.  Served  on  the  Western  Front  with  the  35th 
Division  1917,  1918,  and  1919. 

GEORGE  WELLS  JENNINGS. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Member  of  G.  W.  Jennings  &  Son,  of  Bishop 
Auckland.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Lieut. 
1916. 

RICHARD  WILLIAM  JENNINGS. 

Admitted  July  1914,  practised  at  Bristol.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914  and 
gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Worcestershire  Regt.  shortly  afterwards,  subsequently 
promoted  Lieut.     Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Died  of  wounds  July  3, 1916. 

SIDNEY  AUGUSTUS  JENNINGS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  Walter  A.  Jennings,  of  152 
Kentish  Town  Road,  N.W.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Riflem.an,  12th  Batt.  County 
of  London  Regt.,  transferred  to  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  as  Private  Jan.  1916. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  Nov.  1916,  promoted  Lieut. 
May  1917.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 

CLIFFORD  MORGAN  JEREMY. 

Articled  to  W.  R.  Davies,  of  Pontypridd.  Joined  Aug.  1918,  as  Private, 
53rd  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.,  promoted  Lance-Corporal  Feb.  1919,  Corporal 
June  1919,  Sergeant  Aug.  1919,  transferred  to  52nd  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt. 
Sept.  1919.     Served  at  Home  (Ireland)  and  Germany. 

ADRIAN  JEROME  SMITH  JEROME. 

Admitted  July  1903.  Member  of  Gunner,  Wilson  &  Jerome,  of  Newport, 
and  Shanklin,  I.  of  W.  Joined  Dec.  1,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  General  List, 
and  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 


298  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

ARTHUR  REGINALD  FRANKENSTEIN  ZACHARIAS  JESSEL. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911,  practising  at  Oxford.  Served  as  Cadet,  Oxford 
University  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  (Service)  Batt.  Northamptonshire 
Regt. 

ROBERT  WILFRED  FAIREY  JESSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Managing  Clerk  with  Hepherd  &  Winstanley,  of 
Southampton.  Joined  Aug.  6,  1914,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  5th  Batt.  Wiltshire  Regt.  Aug.  28,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1914, 
Capt.  March  1915,  A/Major  while  second  in  command  of  Batt.  Sept.  1916. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  at  Gallipoli  1915.  Wounded  Aug.  9, 
1915,  returned  to  Regt.  Oct.  1915,  invalided  home  frostbite  Dec.  1915,  went 
to  Mesopotamia  July  1916.  Killed  in  action  Feb.  22,  1917,  in  Mesopotamia, 
outside  Kut. 

THOMAS  EDWARD  JESSON. 

Admitted  May  1906,  practising  at  Ashby-de-la-Zouch.  Served  as  Capt., 
5th  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt. 

JOSEPH  WILFRID  JESSOP. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Joined  Jan.  31,  1916, 
as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Warwickshire 
Regt.  March  28,  1917,  transferred  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  March  1918,  promoted 
Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Served  at  Home  Jan.  1916  to  May  1917  and  Dec.  1917  to 
Sept.  1918,  and  in  France,  Belgium,  and  Germany  May  to  Dec.  1917  and  Sept. 
1918  to  Jan.  1919.     Wounded  at  Battle  of  Cambrai  Dec.  4,  1917. 

JAMES  GORDON  JEUDWINE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1904.  Member  of  Powell,  Jarvis  &  Jeudwine,  of  Newtown, 
North  Wales.  Joined  June  12,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1919.  Served  in 
France  and  Belgium  1916  to  1918. 

FRANK  NORMAN  JEWELL. 

Articled  to  Leonard  Warner,  of  Fareham.  Served  as  Lieut.,  9th  (Cyclist) 
Batt.  Hampshire  Regt.,  promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1914. 

HERBERT  BRITT  JOBBINGS. 

Admitted  June  1914.  Member  of  J.  W.  Stead  &  Jobbings,  of  Leeds. 
Joined  Nov.  17,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  and  posted  for 
service  with  Director-General  of  Transportation,  General  Headquarters,  trans- 
ferred to  Royal  Engineers  May  1917  and  promoted  Corporal.  Commissioned 
in  France  and  posted  as  2nd  Lieut,  to  60th  Labour  Company  Nov.  14,  1917. 
Awarded  Special  Russian  Red  Cross  by  Czarina.  Served  in  England  and 
France. 

GEORGE  W^ILLIAM  JOBLING. 

Articled  to  T.  B.  Nowell  of  Burnley.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Gunner, 
1st  East  Lancashire  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  subsequently 
Signaller  with  6th  Reserve  Brigade.  Served  in  Egypt,  Gallipoli,  1915  to  1916, 
Syria,  France,  and  Belgium.     Wounded  at  Ypres  Sept.  1917. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  299 

DAVID  MOY  JOHN. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  Crowther,  of  Cardiff.  Served  as  Private,  21st  (Service) 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

HUBERT  EDWARD  JOHN. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  Llanelly.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Capt.  Oct.  1914.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  Gallipoli  Aug.  to  Dec.  1915,  Egypt  Jan.  to  Dec.  1916,  and 
Palestine  Jan.  to  March  1917.     Wounded  at  1st  Battle  of  Gaza  March  26, 1917. 

FRANCIS  TREMENHEERE  JOHNS. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Francis  A.  Johns,  of  Ring- 
wood.  Joined  Aug.  5,  1914,  as  Lance-Corporal,  9th  Batt.  Hampshire  Regt, 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Dorset  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.)  Oct.  8, 1915,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1916.     Served  at  Home  and  with  B.E.F. 

HERBERT  DAVID  JOHNS. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911,  practising  at  Milford  Haven.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,. 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Pembrokeshire  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut. 
June  1916,  Capt.  Dec.  1916,  Major  Sept.  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France  Dec.  1916  to  March  1919. 

ALBERT  JOHN  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  J.  F.  Jones,  of  30  Great  St.  Helen's,  E.C.  Served  as  Private, 
5th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt.  (The  Buffs). 

ARTHUR  AINSLIE  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  June  1912,  practising  at  Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  prom.oted  Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Capt. 
April  1915,  appointed  Staff  Capt.  Aug.  1915,  appointed  Deputy  Assistant 
Adjutant-General  Aug.  1917,  promoted  Major  May  1918.  Three  times  men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.  Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military  Division).  Served  in  France 
1915  to  1919. 

BASIL  HENRY  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  Sir  H.  J.  Johnson,  of  101  Leadenhall  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Batt.  Hertfordshire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916. 

CHARLES  HENRY  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1906,  practising  at  Manchester.  Served  as  Signaller, 
Royal  Field  Artillery. 

CHARLES  VILLIERS  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  March  1892,  practising  at  Brighton.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  6th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Nov.  1914.  Awarded 
the  T.D.     Served  on  the  East  Coast  of  England  and  in  Ireland. 

CONINGSBY  SA^HTEL  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  May  1908,  practising  at  Reading.  Joined  April  26,  1915,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  promoted  to  Sergeant  Sept.  1915.  Commissioned 
2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  April  1916,  transferred  as  2nd  Lieut,  to  Royal  Field 
Artillery  Oct.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served 
in  France. 


300  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

CYRIL  BENTON  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  W.  P.  Norton,  of  57|  Old  Broad  Street,  E.G.  Mobilised  Aug.  5, 
1914,  as  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Notts  and  Derbyshire  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters), 
promoted  Capt.  May  1916,  and  subsequently  to  Lieut. -Col.  Once  mentioned 
in  Dispatches.     Wounded  July  1916.     Killed  Sept.  21,  1917. 

DENYS  BILLINGHURST  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  W.  P.  Johnson,  of  Midhurst,  Sussex.  Gazetted  Dec.  7,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/4  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Sept.  1917, 
transferred  10th  Reserve  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  March  1916  and  to  11th  Batt. 
Suffolk  Regt.  Aug.  1916.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France. 

ERNEST  STAPLEY  HEMING  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907,  practising  at  19  Great  Winchester  Street,  E.C. 
Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company  and  attained  rank 
of  Sergeant  in  1915.  Commissioned  in  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps  Nov. 
1916,  promoted  to  Capt.  1918.     Served  in  France. 

FRANCIS  KINLOCH  MURRAY  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  June  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Budd,  Johnson  &  Jecks, 
of  24  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  Mobilised  with  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted 
Sept.  1914  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Dragoon  Guards,  subsequently  Staff  Capt.  Em- 
barkation Staff,  Bombay.  Served  in  France  and  India.  Wounded  at  Hooge, 
near  Ypres,  May  1915. 

FRANK  BIRLEY  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1914.  Formerly  of  Nottingham.  Served  as  Capt.,  13th 
Batt.  Notts  and  Derbyshire  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters). 

FREDERIC  DAVID  KEENE  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  March  1905.  Member  of  Johnson  &  Son,  of  Newcastle,  Staffs. 
Joined  March  31,  1917,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Served 
at  Home. 

GEORGE  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  Jarrow.  Joined  Feb.  5,  1917,  as  2nd 
Class  Air  Mechanic,  Royal  Flying  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force 
Nov.  1917,  promoted  Capt.  April  1918.  Served  at  Home  and  with  Anti-Sub- 
marine Operations  Unit  in  conjunction  with  Royal  Navy. 

GEORGE  GEOFFREY  FLOYD  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  Frank  Johnson,  of  Bradford.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914  as  2nd 
Lieut,  in  the  Special  Reserve  (Essex  Regt.),  afterwards  invalided  and  attached 
to  King's  African  Rifles.     Served  in  France  and  Africa. 

JOHN  ALFRED  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1886.  Member  of  Price,  Johnson  &  Jackson,  of  Wigan. 
Served  as  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt. 

LUTHER  VINCENT  BURGOYNE  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  O.  H.  Cochrane,  of  Middlesbrough.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  (T.),  promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1914. 
Served  in  France.     Killed  at  Grafenstaffel  Ridge,  N.E.  of  Ypres,  April  25,  1915. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  301 


MONTAGUE  KEMMIS  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Johnson,  of  24  Austin  Friars,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  29,  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  1st  Batt.  London  Regt.  (T.),  transferred  to  Royal  Garrison  Artillery 
(T.)  Nov.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  8,  1916.     Served  in  Malta  and  in  France. 

PHILIP  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1906.  Member  of  Day  &  Yewdall,  of  Leeds.  Joined 
Dec.  20,  1915,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  promoted  Capt.  June 
1917,  Major  May  1918.  Served  at  Home  Dec.  1915  to  April  1917,  and  in 
France  April  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

REGINALD  EGERTON  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  C.  R.  Johnson,  of  10  New  Square,  Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.  Joined 
Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private  in  The  Rifle  Brigade.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut. 
Somerset  Light  Infantry  Oct.  20,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915,  joined 
Royal  Flying  Corps  Aug.  1916,  graduated  as  Pilot  Dec.  1916,  made  Staff 
Capt.  (Air  Ministry)  in  the  Royal  Air  Force  June  1918.  Served  at  Home  and 
in  France.     Wounded  May  24, 1917. 

SAMUEL  CLEMENT  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Jan,  1905.  Of  Ealing.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Field  Artillery. 
Died  Feb.  8,  1919,  after  illness  contracted  on  active  service. 

SIDNEY  MIDLANE  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Secretary  of  County  Councils'  Assoc,  of  84 
Eccleston  Square,  S.W.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery 
Company.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Wounded  at  Kemmel  Jan.  29, 
1915.     Discharged  July  15,  1915. 

SYDNEY  HARCOURT  JOHNSON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt. 

THOMAS  GEORGE  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  A.  J.  Willett,  of  Warrington,.  Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Trooper, 
Duke  of  Lancaster's  Own  Imperial  Yeomanry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  and 
Signal  Officer  9th  Batt.  Royal  Inniskilling  Fusiliers  Dec.  11,  1914,  promoted 
Lieut.  July  1916,  appointed  Adjutant  and  Assistant  Commandant  36th  DiA-ision 
School  of  Instruction  with  rank  of  Capt.  Nov.  1916,  rejoined  9th  Batt.  Royal 
Inniskilling  Fusiliers  as  Bombing  Officer  in  1917,  afterwards  transferred  to 
Oswestry  and  attached  to  3rd  Batt.  as  Assistant  Brigade  Gas  Officer,  sailed 
for  India  Sept.  1918,  joined  30th  Lancers  at  Peshawar  and  appointed  Signal 
Officer  to  the  Regiment.     Served  in  France  and  India. 

THOMAS  ROSCOE  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  Armstrong,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private, 
17th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  promoted  to  be  Lewis-Gunner  Aug.  1916. 
Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Reported  as  missing  since  Oct  12,  1916,  and 
afterwards  ascertained  to  have  been  killed  in  action  on  that  date. 

WILLIAM  GODFREY  EARLAM  JOHNSON. 

Articled  to  Thomas  Ellis,  of  Wigan.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  5th 
Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  June  1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1915. 


302  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

Served  in  Egypt  Sept.  1914  to  May  1915,  Gallipoli  May  to  June  1915,  Palestine 
April  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  and  in  France  Feb.  to  Oct.  1917.  Died  of  wounds 
Oct.  13,  1917. 

HOWARD  RICHMOND  JOHNSTON. 

Articled  to  W.  W.  A.  Tree,  of  Worcester.  Joined  Sept.  15, 1914,  as  Private, 
21st  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  King's  Own  Royal  Lan- 
caster Regt.  July  7,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1918,  A/Capt.  Oct.  1918.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
at  Ypres  Sept.  26,  1917. 

JAMES  JOHNSTONE. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898,  practising  at  36  Basinghall  Street,  E.G.  Served  as 
Trooper,  2nd  Batt.  King  Edward's  Horse. 

WILLIAM  McCALL  JOHNSTONE. 

Articled  to  Samuel  Williams,  of  Nottingham.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Gunner,  Notts  Royal  Horse  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field 
Artillery  March  17,  1915.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1916,  and  in 
France  Jan.  to  Feb.  1916.     Killed  in  action  Feb.  13,  1916. 

ARCHIBALD  HENRY  JOLLIFFE. 

Articled  to  H.  A.  Pritchard,  of  Leicester.     Joined  Oct.  26,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  1/5  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1916,  A/Capt.  June 
1917.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  April  28,  1915,  and 
May  8,  1917. 
GEORGE  WILLIAM  ERNEST  JOLLY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practising  at  Hove,  Sussex.  Joined  July  26,  1916, 
as  Trooper,  The  Sussex  Yeomanry,  transferred  as  Private  to  4th  (Reserve) 
Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.  Jan.  1917,  and  to  Garrison  Officers  Cadet  Batt., 
Cambridge,  as  Cadet  Feb.  1917.  Gazetted  as  2nd  Lieut.  1st  (Reserve)  Garrison 
Batt.  Suffolk  Regt.  April  14,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1918  when  appointed 
Secretary  British  Customs  Commission,  British  Salonica  Force,  transferred  to 
3rd  Suffolk  Regt.  May  1919.     Served  at  Home  and  Salonica. 

LOUIS  NATHANIEL  JONAS. 

Admitted  April  1913.  Of  79  Shaftesbury  Avenue,  W.C.  Joined  Dec. 
1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted 
2nd  Lieut,  and  posted  to  8th  Batt.  The  Queen's  Regt.  May  2,  1917,  promoted 
Lieut.  Nov.  1918.     Served  in  France.     Wounded  Aug.  1,  1917,  lost  left  eye. 

ALBERT  VICTOR  JONES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1912.  Managing  Clerk  with  William  Sturges  &  Co.,  of 
Caxton  House,  Westminster.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery 
Company.     Killed  in  action  near  Wulverghem,  Belgium,  Nov.  25,  1914. 

ALLAN  GWYNNE  JONES. 

Articled  to  Sir  William  Joynson -Hicks,  M.P.,  of  Lennox  House,  Norfolk 
Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined  Nov.  2,  1914,  as  Private,  Public  Schools  Batt. 
Royal  Fusiliers,  and  subsequently  gazetted  Lieut.  Welch  Guards.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  Served  in  France.  Wounded 
Sept.  4,  1915,  and  July  31,  1917. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  303 

ARTHUR  JONES. 

Articled  to  Batesons,  Warr  &  Welmshurst,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.). 

ARTHUR  VERNON  JONES. 

Articled  to  J.  D.  H.  Osbom,  of  Colwyn  Bay.  Enlisted  Sept.  1914  in  the 
13th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  13th  Batt.  Royal 
Welch  Fusiliers  Oct.  25,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  Capt.  Feb.  1917, 
Adjutant  July  1916  to  April  1917.  Acted  Staff  Capt.  and  Brigade  Major 
113th  Infantry  Brigade  at  various  periods,  attached  to  113th  Brigade  Head- 
quarters and  Headquarters  38th  (Welsh)  Division  for  Staff  course  April  1917 
to  Jan.  1918,  attached  Headquarters  XV.  Corps  Jan.  to  March  1918,  acted 
General  Staff  Officer  III.  38th  (Welsh)  Division  May  1918  to  Aug.  1918, 
appointed  General  Staff  Officer  HI.  38th  (Welsh)  Division  Oct.  1918  to  Dec. 
1918  when  he  was  promoted  to  Quartermaster;  General's  Staff;  General  Head- 
quarters. Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France  Dec.  1915  to  Feb. 
1919.  Died  of  pneumonia  at  No.  20  General  Hospital,  Camiers,  Feb.  16,  1919. 
Buried  at  Etaples. 
BARRY  ST.  PATRICK  JONES. 

Admitted  March  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  R.  Sheriton  Holmes,  of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Northumberland  Fusiliers. 
Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.  16th  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers  1914,  pro- 
moted Capt.  in  Durham  Light  Infantry  1915.     Served  in  France. 

CECIL  BUCKINGHAM  JONES. 

Articled  to  W.  E.  Hough,  of  Runcorn,  Cheshire.  Joined  Sept.  4, 
1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  Lance-Corporal, 
became  Cadet  in  24th  Officers  Cadet  Batt.  Tank  Corps  July  1918,  and  subse- 
quently granted  commission.     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  EDWARD  TUDOR  JONES. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Michelmore,  of  Exeter.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  7th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  Subsequently  obtained  a  Regular  Com- 
mission and  proceeded  to  Royal  Military  Academy,  Sandhurst.  From  thence 
posted  to  East  Lancashire  Regt.  and  promoted  Lieut,  and  afterwards  to  Capt., 
subsequently  attached  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  as  Observer.  Served  at  Home 
and  France.  Killed  Dec.  15,  1915.  Shot  down  over  German  Lines  by  Immel- 
man,  near  Valenciennes,  and  buried  by  the  Germans  with  full  military  honours. 

CYRIL  GORDON  JONES. 

Admitted  June   1908.    Member    of   Jones   &  Son,  of  Colchester.     Joined 
Oct.  1915,    as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Flying  Corps,  promoted  Capt.  April  1918. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.       Served  in   France  July  1916  to  Dec.  1917. 
Wounded  Dec.  8,  1917. 
CYRIL  OSWALD  JONES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1904,  practising  at  Wrexham.  Served  as  Lieut.,  4th 
^Reserve)  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers. 

DONALD  APPLEFORD  JONES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Member  of  William  Dawes  &  Co.,  of  Rye,  Sussex. 
Joined  Aug.  11,  1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  transferred 


304  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

to  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  Jan.  1915,  promoted  to  Staff  Sergt.-Major  May 
1917.     Awarded  M.S.M.     Served  at  Home. 

ED]\rUND  STANLEY  JONES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1901,  practising  at  Malton,  Yorkshire.  Joined  Sept.  5, 
1914,  as  Temp.  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.),  Substantive  Capt.  June 
1916,  also  acted  at  D.A.P.M.  in  the  Eastern  Command.     Served  at  Home. 

EDWARD  EARLE  JONES. 

Articled  to  A.  P.  Whitwell,  of  Darlington.  Joined  Jan.  1915  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.  4th  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  Feb.  13,  1915. 
Served  in  France.  Severely  wounded  at  Hooge  May  24,  1915.  Died  Aug.  1, 
1916,  of  wounds  received  near  Remy  the  previous  day. 

EDWARD  OLIVER  JONES. 

Articled  to  James  Porter,  of  Conway.  Joined  April  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Granted  a  commission  as  2nd  Lieut.  6th  Batt.  Royal 
Welch  Fusiliers  (T.)  Nov.  9,  1915,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  July  1916,  granted 
substantive  rank  of  Lieut.  July  1917,  attached  to  19th  Batt.  The  Queen's 
Royal  West  Surrey  Regt.  Aug.  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  to  4th  (Reserve)  Royal  Welch 
Fusiliers  Feb.  to  April  1918,  and  to  1/4  Batt.  of  same  Regt.  April  1918  to  Jan. 
1919.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
ERIC  ARTHUR  GODDARD  JONES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1910.  Member  of  Douglas  &  Goddard  Jones,  of  10  Old 
Jewry  Chambers,  E.C.  Joined  April  13,  1916,  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  Royal 
Sussex  Regt.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium  Sept.  1916  to  end  of  1918. 

FEATHERSTONE  LEWIS  JONES. 

Articled  to  A.  L.  Jones,  of  Rhyl.     Joined  Aug.  14,  1914,  as  Trooper, 
Denbighshire  Hussars  (Yeomanry).     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Lancashire  Fusiliers 
Dec.  9,  1914,  transferred  to  the  East  Lancashire  Regt.  March  1915.     Served 
in  France  June  to  Nov.  1915.     Discharged  Nov.  15,  1915. 
FELIX  ERNEST  JONES. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practised  at  37  Norfolk  Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Joined 
May  1915  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C,  and  promoted  Company  Quarter- 
master-Sergeant July  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  1/4  Batt.  Oxford  and  Bucks 
Light  Infantry  Dec.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  at  Home  May  1915  to  March  1916,  France  March  1916  to  July  1916 
(wounded),  Home  July  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  Flanders  Feb.  to  Aug.  1917. 
Killed  in  action  at  St.  Julien,  near  Ypres,  Aug.  16,  1917. 

GLENDOWER  JONES. 

Articled  to  G.  H.  Hindley,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  4th  Batt. 
Manchester  Regt. 

HAROLD  MOUAT  JONES. 

Admitted  Dec.  1898.  Member  of  Jutsum  &  Jones,  of  11  Queen  Victoria 
Street,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt. 
(Artists  Rifles).  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps 
May  30,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  Served  at  Home  till  Feb.  1917 
and  afterwards  in  Egypt. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  305 

HENRY  GILMAN  JONES. 

Admitted  March  1905,  practising  at    Salford,    Lanes.      Joined  Feb.  28, 

1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army- 
Service  Corps  Oct.  28,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1919.  Served  at  Home 
Feb.  to  Nov.  1917,  in  France  and  Flanders  Nov.  1917  to  April  1919,  and  in 
Germany  April  to  Dec.  1919. 

HENRY  VAUGHAN  EDWARDS  JONES. 

Articled  to  J.  C.  Woods,  of  Swansea.  Mobilised  Aug.  4, 1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
7th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1914,  Capt.  Dec.  1914. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France. 

HERBERT  EDWARD  JONES. 

Admitted  July  1913.  Assistant  Secretary,  Law  Society,  London,  W.C. 
Joined  Sept.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Sussex  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1916,  A/Capt.  and  Second  in  Command  Oct.  1916,  A/Staff  Capt.  116th  Infantry 
Brigade  Sept.  1917.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C. 
Served  in  France  March  1916  to  Oct.  1918.     Wounded  Sept.  1918. 

HERBERT  JAMES  HILEY  JONES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1913,  practising  at  Portsmouth.  Joined  Aug.  1916,  as 
Gunner,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  appointed  Battery  Artificer  Jan.  1918. 
Served  in  Belgium  and  France.     Wounded  March  27,  1918. 

HUGH  BIRD  JONES. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Pierce,  of  Wrexham,  N.  Wales.  Mobilised  Aug.  5,  1914, 
as  Signaller,  4th  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Corporal  Nov.  1914,  Sergeant 
Jan.  1915,  discharged  time-expired  Feb.  1916,  voluntarily  re-enhsted  in 
Motor  Machine  Gun  Service  July  1916  as  a  Gunner,  promoted  Corporal  Sept. 
1916,  C.Q.M.S.  Nov.  1916.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut  Tank  Corps  Nov.  1917. 
Resigned  on  account  of  ill-health  caused  by  wounds  Aug.  29,  1919.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.  Wounded  on  Amiens  Front  Aug.  5,  1918,  left  leg 
amputated. 

HUGH  MYDDELTON  JONES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1911.  Of  7  Mark  Lane,  E.C.  Mobihsed  Aug.  5,  1914,  as 
Sergeant,  "  B  "  Battery  Hon.  Artillery  Company.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut. 
Royal  Field  Artillery  June  28,  1917,  appointed  Adjutant  and  A/Capt.  July 

1918.  Served  at  Home,  Egypt,  Aden,  Palestine,  and  Syria. 

HUMPHREY  LLEWELLYN  JONES. 

Articled  to  F.  Llewellyn-Jones,  of  Mold.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal 
Welch  Fusiliers. 

ILLBYD  RHYS  GIFFORD  JONES. 

Articled  to  David  Davies,  of  Cardigan.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1914, 
Temp.  Capt.  and  Substantive  Lieut.  July  1915,  Substantive  Capt.  Oct.  1916, 
attached  to  Royal  Flying  Corps  as  Flying  Officer  (Observer)  Dec.  1917  to  Dec. 
1918.  Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  July  1915  and  May  1916  to  May  1917, 
Gallipoh  and  Egypt  July  1915  to  May  1916,  France  May  to  Dec.  1917,  and 
Italy  March  to  June  1918. 


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IVOR  WILLIAM  JONES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1904.  Member  of  William  Jones  &  Son,  of  Cardiff.  Joined 
Oct.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  The  Welch  Regt.  Subsequently  gazetted  Lieut.  The 
Welch  Regt.     Served  in  France. 

IVOR  WYN  JONES. 

Articled  to  Edward  Jones,  of  Blaenau  Festiniog.  Joined  Oct.  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  7th  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut,  and 
attached  to  24th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Died  at  Poperinghe 
from  wounds  received  on  June  7,  1917.  Buried  at  Military  Cemetery  in  Reeny^ 
near  Poperinghe. 

JOHN  EUSTACE  JONES. 

Admitted  April  1898.  Member  of  Walker,  Smith  &  Way,  of  Chester. 
Joined  Nov.  12,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted 
Temp.  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Lieut.  June  1916  to  June  1917,  A/Capt.  June  1917 
to  Jan.  1918,  Temp.  Capt.  Jan.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served 
at  Home. 

JOHN  LLOYD  JONES. 

Articled  to  M.  J.  Greener,  of  52  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914, 
as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  became  Lance- 
Corporal,  then  obtained  commission  as  Lieut,  in  2nd  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt. 
about  May  1915,  rising  to  Capt.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  Aug.  1915.  Died  from  septic 
pneumonia  while  home  on  leave  March  11,  1916. 

LAWRENCE  JONES. 

Admitted  June  1897.  Member  of  Lawrence,  Jones  &  Co.,  of  4  St.  Mary 
Axe,  E.C.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps,  promoted 
Capt.  March  1915.     Served  in  France  1915  to  1916.     Discharged  Aug.  1916. 

LEONARD  HOWSON  JONES. 

Admitted  July  1912.  Member  of  Kent  &  Jones,  of  Longton.  Served  as 
Private,  5th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt. 

MORRIS  VERNON  JONES. 

Admitted  May  1911.  Member  of  Jones,  Paterson,  Henry  &  Co.,  of  Liver- 
pool. Joined  Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt. 
(Liverpool  Scottish).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  May 
1916.  Served  in  France  Nov.  1914  to  June  1915,  Gallipoli  Aug.  to  Dec.  1915, 
Egypt  Dec.  1915  to  Aug.  1917,  and  Palestine  Aug.  1917  to  Nov.  1918. 
Wounded  Gallipoli  Aug.  10,  1915,  Palestine  Oct.  27,  1917. 

OSMAN  WYNNE  JONES. 

Admitted  Sept.  1900,  practising  at  Liverpool.     Served  as  Lance-Corporal, 
243rd  Coy.  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 
OWEN  MORRIS  JONES. 

Admitted  July  1917.  Of  Portmadoc.  Joined  Oct.  1915,  as  Private, 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Roj^al  Welch  Fusiliers  Dec.  21, 
1916,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1918.  Served  in  France  Jan.  1917  to  Oct.  1918. 
Killed  at  Poix  de  Noir,  near  Forest  Le  Cateau,  France,  Oct.  31,  1918. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  807 

PAUL  ESMOND  RUSSELL  JONES. 

Articled  to  T.  B.  Jones,  of  Newport,  Mon.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  4th  Welsh  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  A/Capt. 
July  1917,  Staff  Capt.  Royal  Artillery  Aug.  1917,  3rd  (Lahore)  D.A.C.  Aug.  1918, 
Staff  Capt.  Feb.  1919.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  Order  of 
the  Nile  (4th  Class).  Served  at  Home  1914  to  1915,  France  1915,  Egypt 
1916  and  1919,  Palestine  1916,  1917,  and  1918. 

REES  ARTHUR  JONES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  Swansea.  Joined  Dec.  15,  1915,  as 
Sub. -Lieut.  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  for  service  with  Royal  Naval 
Division.  Invalided  out  of  Service  Feb.  3,  1916.  Rejoined  and  commissioned 
as  Assistant-Paymaster  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve  Dec.  2,  1916,  granted 
new  commission  Lieut.  Oct.  17,  1917.  Served  as  Executive  Officer  for  South- 
Western  District  for  Arming  Merchant  Ships,  Devonport  to  Fishguard,  in- 
cluding the  Bristol  Channel. 

THEODORE  TUDOR  FREDERICK  JONES. 

Articled  to  Daniel  Perkins,  of  Port  Talbot.  Joined  Aug.  29,  1916,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  Served  in  France  Nov.  1916  to 
March  1919. 

THOMAS  BAKER  JONES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1886.  Member  of  Hornby  &  Baker  Jones,  of  Newport, 
Mon.  Joined  Oct.  12,  1915,  as  Capt.,  1st  Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt.  (T.), 
subsequently  seconded  to  4th  Batt.     Resigned  Oct.  26,  1917.     Served  at  Home. 

THOMAS  CLIFFORD  JONES. 

Articled  to  W.  Britton  Seldon,  of  Bideford,  and  afterwards  with  the 
B.  &  A.  Tobacco  Co.  Joined  April  13,  1916,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade).  Killed  in  action  on  the  Somme  about 
Oct.  10,  1916. 

THOMAS  DANIEL  JONES. 

Admitted  Feb.  1913.  Member  of  Marchant,  Harries  &  Jones,  of  Aberdare. 
Joined  Oct.  24,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Naval  Air  Service  and  Royal  Air  Force. 
Served  at  Home. 

THOMAS  ROBERT  JONES. 

Articled  to  J.  R.  Jones,  of  Bala,  N.  Wales.  Joined  Oct.  1915,  as  Private,  Inns 
of  Court.  Commissioned  to  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Sept.  5,  1916,  subsequently 
Lieut,  in  King's  African  Rifles.     Served  at  Home,  France,  and  East  Africa. 

THORNTON  BURNETT  JONES. 

Admitted  June  1906,  practised  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  6th 
(Cyclist)  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt. 

TREVOR  JOHN  JONES. 

Admitted  April  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  T.  C.  Smith,  of  Ber\nck-on- 
Tweed.  Joined  June  16,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Brecknockshire  Batt.  South 
Wales  Borderers  (T.),  attached  4th  (Service)  Batt.  Oct.  1917,  promoted  Lieut. 
July  1917,  A/Capt.  Jan.  1919.  Served  in  India  March  1916  to  Oct.  1917» 
and  in  Mesopotamia  and  Kurdistan  Oct.  1917  to  April  1919. 


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WILLIAM  JONES. 

Articled  to  E.  W.  Davies,  M.P.,  of  Carnarvon.  Joined  Dec.  6,  1915,  as 
Private,  21st  Batt.  Ro3^al  Welch  Fusiliers.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt. 
Manchester  Regt.  Aug.  1,  1917.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

WILLIAM  BRAMWELL  JONES. 

Admitted  Jan.  1898,  practising  at  Llanelly.  Served  as  Major,  4th  Batt, 
The  Welch  Regt. 

WILLIAM  EDWARD  GLYN  JONES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1909,  practised  at  Swansea.  Served  as  Private,  Sportsman's 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

WILLIAM  HOLDEN  JONES. 

Admitted  April  1914.  Managing  Clerk  with  Richard  Hankinson  &  Son, 
of  Manchester.  Enlisted  May  6,  1915,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps 
(M.T.)  and  attained  the  rank  of  Company  Sergeant-Ma j or.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut, 
in  same  Regt.  July  1918.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

WILLIAM  JAMES  JONES. 

Admitted  Sept.  1878,  practising  at  Haverfordwest.  Served  as  Lieut.-Col., 
4th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt. 

WILLIAM  JAMES  JONES. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Cocks,  of  Liverpool.  Joined  Aug.  31,  1914,  as  Private,  6th 
Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Gazetted  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Nov.  13,  1914» 
Served  in  France  May  1915  to  June  1916.     Killed  in  action  June  28,  1916. 

WILLIAM  SYDNEY  JONES. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Watts,  of  45  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  W.C.  Joined  Sept.  2, 
1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  10th  Batt.  London  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915, 
Capt.  July  1916,  Adjutant  1916  to  1917,  Staff  Capt.  1918  to  1919.  Served 
in  France. 

WILLIAM  CRAUFORD  JORDAN. 

Admitted  Aug.  1906.  Member  of  Wiltshire,  Son  &  Jordan,  of  Great 
Yarmouth.  Joined  Dec.  23,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/5  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt., 
promoted  Substantive  Lieut.  June  1916,  A/Capt.  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1918, 
attached  2/4  Batt.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  April  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Served  at 
Home  and  in  France. 

FRED  ALMA  JORDON. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908,  practising  at  Doncaster.  Served  as  Private,  West 
Yorkshire  Regt. 

CHRISTOPHER  HENRY  JOSE. 

Admitted  Aug.  1905,  practised  at  Bristol.  Served  as  Lieut.,  Ammunition 
Column  1st  Home  Counties  Royal  Field  Artillery,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916, 
and  subsequently  Major. 

WALTER  JOHN  JOSEPH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1890.  Member  of  Joseph,  Steward  &  Pretty,  of  Norwich; 
and  Pretty,  Joseph  &  Steward,  of  Ipswich.  Joined  Aug.  1,  1917,  as  Cadet, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps.     Gazetted  Lieut,  in  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  309 

WILLIAM  FRANKLIN  GEORGE  JOSEPH. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Tamplin,  Tayler  &  Joseph, 
of  165  Fenchurch  Street,  E.C.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Berkshire  Regt.  March  1915.  Served 
in  France  Sept.  1915  to  May  1918.     Killed  in  action  May  27,  1918. 

JOHN  JOSSELYN. 

Admitted  April  1896.  Member  of  Josselyn  &  Sons,  Ipswich ;  and  John 
Josselyn,  London.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  6th  Batt.  Suffolk  Regt., 
promoted  Major  Nov.  1914,  Brigade  Major  Jan.  1915  to  May  1916,  Lieut. -Col.  2/5 
Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  May  1916  to  Dec.  1917,  attached  to  Staff  Southern 
Command  March  to  May  1918,  joined  North  Russian  Expeditionary  Force 
May  25,  1918  (as  Lieut. -Col.),  commanded  a  Russian  Battalion  on  Kem  Front, 
Murmansk  Railway  June  and  July  1918,  commanded  original  Dvina  River  and 
Vaga  River  Expedition  Aug.  to  Oct.  1918  (as  Temp.  Colonel),  President  Claims 
Commission,  North  Russia,  from  Jan.  1919  (Temp.  Colonel).  Four  times 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  C.M.G.,  D.S.O.,  O.B.E.,  T.D.,  Croix  de 
Guerre  (French),  St.  Anne,  2nd  Class,  with  swords  (Russian).  Served  at 
Home  1914  to  1916,  France  1916  to  1917,  North  Russia  1918  to  1919,  and 
Home,  attached  War  Office,  1919  to  1920.  Wounded  near  Hindenburg  Line  at 
Croisilles  1917. 

ARTHUR  HERBERT  JOTCHAM. 

Admitted  April  1912,  practising  at  Wotton-under-Edge,  and  Dursley. 
Joined  Sept.  1,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Commissioned 
2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  July  7,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1919. 
Served  in  France  Aug.  1917  to  Aug.  1918. 

COLIN  JOSEPH  PATRICK  CADWALLADUR  JOWETT. 

Articled  to  G.  C.  Rallison,  of  Bristol.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
€th  Batt.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1914,  Capt.  May 
1915.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  RAYMOND  JOYNSON. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Joynson,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  6th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.). 

JAMES  CRITCHLEY  JUBB. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practised  at  Leeds.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Lieut. 
Sept.  1915.  Served  in  France.  Reported  missing  July  23,  1916,  and  after- 
wards presumed  to  have  died  on  that  date. 

HARRY  BURFORD  JUDGE. 

Admitted  April  1913,  practising  at  317  High  Holbom,  W.C.  Joined 
April  7,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  and  sub- 
sequently promoted  A/Capt.  Served  at  Home  1915,  France  1915  to  1916 
and  in  1918,  and  Macedonia  1916  to  1918.     Once  wounded. 

ARTHUR  DUDLEY  JULIUS. 

Articled  to  A.  O.  Julius,  of  8  Old  Jewry,  E.C.  Served  as  Private,  1st 
(Public  Schools)  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 


810  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

ALEXANDER  OCHTERLONY  JUPP. 

Admitted  Aug.   1908.     Of  Swindon.     Joined  Jan.  21,   1917,   as  Lieut., 
General  List,  Recruiting  Staff.     Served  at  Home. 


EMIL  JULIUS  KAFI^.     (Enlisted  under  the  name  of  Emile  Julius  Knight). 
Admitted  Nov.  1908.     Formerly  of  22  Montpelier  Square,  W.     Served  as 
Private,  31st  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt. 

TOM  DE  SHURLAND  KAINS. 

Admitted  Nov.  1913.  Of  Exeter.  Served  as  Private,  4th  (Public  Schools) 
Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers. 

CHARLES  JOHN  HERMANN  KAPPELL. 

Admitted  April  1906,  practising  at  Neath,  Glam.  Served  as  Private, 
The  Welch  Regt. 

FREDERICK  WYLIE  KAY. 

Articled  to  T.  Wylie  Kay,  of  Blackpool.  Joined  May  12,  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  3rd  Batt.  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917, 
Capt.  July  1917.  Served  at  Home  May  to  Dec.  1915,  Egypt  and  Sinai  Dec, 
1915  to  Feb.  1917,  and  in  France  and  Belgium  March  to  Sept.  1917.  Wounded 
Ypres  Sept.  6,  1917. 

WILLIAM  ASTELL  KAYE. 

Admitted  July  1898.  Member  of  Kekewich,  Smith  &  Kaye,  of  2  Suffolk 
Lane,  Cannon  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  Able  Seaman,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer 
Reserve  (Anti-Aircraft  Corps). 

JOHN  HENRY  KEARNS. 

Admitted  Dec,  1906,  practising  at  128  Seymour  Place,  Bryanston  Square,. 
W.  Joined  Nov.  14, 1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  transferred 
to  Army  Pay  Corps  with  rank  of  Corporal.     Served  at  Home. 

ARTHUR  STANLEY  KEARTON. 

Articled  to  J.  D.  B.  Lewis,  of  Mansion  House  Chambers,  E.C.  Joined 
Nov.  1916,  as  Cadet,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  3rd  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Dec.  1917,  attached 
25th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  May  1918.     Served  in  France. 

REGINALD  TOM  KEEN. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Member  of  Bourne  &  Keen,  of  Southam,  Warwick- 
shire. Joined  April  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.,  pro- 
moted Lieut.  Aug.  1915,  subsequently  A /Capt.  attached  Headquarter  Staff 
Tees  Garrison,  O.C.  Physical  Training  and  Bayonet  Training.  Awarded  the 
M.C.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France.     Wounded  Nov.  5  and  6,  1916. 

CHARLES  KEENE. 

Admitted  June  1917.  Managing  Clerk  with  A.  R.  Chamberlayne,  ol 
45  Parliament  Street,  Westminster,  S.W.  Joined  Oct.  3,  1918,  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps.     Served  at  Home. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  311 

THOMAS  MANN  KEENE. 

Admitted  May  1891.  Member  of  Keene  &  Kelly,  of  Mold.  Served  as 
Major,  5th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers,  promoted  Lieut. -Col.  June  1916. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches  and  awarded  O.B.E. 

JOSEPH  IBBOTSON  KEER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1912.  Member  of  Ernest  Wilson  &  Keer,  of  Sheffield. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  Sept.  3,  1914,  promoted 
Lieut.  Feb.  1915,  Capt.  Dec.  1915,  A/Major  Aug.  1918,  Temp.  Major  Oct.  1918, 
transferred  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  (Infantry)  July  1916,  (Motors)  Sept.  1916, 
(Heavy)  or  Tank  Corps  Nov.  1916,  and  served  with  Tank  Corps  until  Sept. 
1919.  Served  in  France  July  1915  to  July  1916,  July  1917  to  Jan.  1918  and 
Oct.  to  Nov.  1918,  and  in  Germany  (Army  of  Occupation)  April  to  Sept.  1919. 
Wounded  July  1915. 

RICHARD  ERNEST  CLAYTON  KEIGHLEY. 

Articled  to  Herbert  Woodhouse,  of  Hull.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut., 
East  Riding  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  March  16,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1916,  A/Capt.  March  1917.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  in  France 
Aug.  1,  1917. 

GERALD  KEITH. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902.  Member  of  G.  and  G.  Keith,  of  18  Southampton 
Street,  Holborn,  W.C.  Joined  Dec.  3,  1915,  as  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Ordnance 
Department,  promoted  Capt.  Sept.  1917.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Secre- 
tary of  State's  List.     Awarded  O.B.E.  (Military).     Served  at  Home. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  KELLEY. 

Articled  to  Joseph  Cockshutt,  of  Preston.  Joined  Nov.  1914,  as  Capt., 
5th  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.,  transferred  Royal  Air  Force  with  rank 
of  Capt.  April  1917.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  twice.  Discharged 
May  1918. 

CLAUDE  CLIFTON  KELLY. 

Admitted  July  1905.  Member  of  Kelly  &  Son,  of  Ross,  Herefordshire. 
Gazetted  Aug.  25,  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2/1  Batt.  Herefordshire  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  May  1915,  A /Capt.  March  1916.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France.  Taken 
prisoner  at  St.  Quentin. 

HUGH  CYRIL  KELLY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911.  Member  of  Gamlin  &  Kelly,  of  Rhyl.  Joined  Aug.  1, 
1915,  as  Rifleman,  18th  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifles.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  5th 
Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  Sept.  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France. 

NORMAN  LUCIUS  KELLY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910,  practised  at  Worplesdon.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  2nd 
Batt.  Monmouthshire  Regt,,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1918. 

ROBERT  STEWART  KELLY. 

Admitted  Nov.  1897.  Member  of  Keene  &  Kelly,  of  Mold.  Served  as 
Capt.  16th  (Service)  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusihers. 


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CECIL  HERBERT  KEMP. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Chief  Assistant  Solicitor  to  the  Birmingham  Cor- 
poration. Enlisted  Nov.  1,  1915,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Commis- 
sioned as  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  Aug.  1917,  posted  to  12th  Battery  7th 
Division  Oct.  1917.  Served  in  France  and  Italy.  Gassed  during  the  Austrian 
attack  in  Italy  June  15,  1918. 

WILLIAM  ROBERT  KEMPSON. 

Articled  to  W.  F.  Hansell,  of  Norwich  and  Cromer.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  1st  East  Anglian  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery,  attached  Royal  Naval 
Air  Service  (East  Indies  and  Egypt  Squadron,  Port  Said)  Feb.  1917,  seconded 
to  Royal  Flying  Corps  and  qualified  as  Observer,  promoted  Capt.  June  1916. 
Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  Croix  de  Guerre  (French  Division  de 
Syrie).  Served  in  England  Aug.  1914  to  Oct.  1915,  France  Nov.  1915  to  Feb. 
1916,  Egypt,  Palestine,  and  Mediterranean  and  Red  Sea  March  1916  to  Feb. 
1919. 

HAROLD  KENDALL. 

Admitted  April  1914,  practised  at  Leeds.  Served  as  Corporal,  Army  Pay 
Corps. 

PERCY  DALE  KENDALL. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  Member  of  Banks,  Kendall  &  Taylor,  of  LiverpooL 
Joined  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Private,  10th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (T.) 
(Liverpool  Scottish).    Commissioned  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Batt.  and  Regt.  Oct.  14, 

1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium.  Killed 
in  action  Jan.  25,  1915.     Buried  at  Kemmel,  Belgium. 

HADEN  MOSTYN  KENDRICK. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  H.  Haden  Kendrick  &  Son,  of  Wolver- 
hampton. Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  5th  Batt.  South  Staffordshire  Regt. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Batt.  and  Regt.  March  1915,  attached  Royal  Flying 
Corps  July  1916.    Served  in  France.    Kjlled  in  aeroplane  accident  Sept.  18, 1916. 

THOMAS  LUSON  KENDRICK. 

Admitted  March  1914.  Of  Taunton.  Joined  1/1  Kent  Cyclist  Batt.  as 
Lieut.,  Aug.  1914,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  Dec.  1914,  Permanent  Capt.  June  1916. 
Served  at  Home  Aug.  1914  to  Feb.  1916,  and  in  India  Feb.  1916  to  Nov.  1919. 

LEONARD  MARK  KENNAWAY. 

Admitted  April  1903,  practising  at  Teignmouth  and  Newton  Abbot. 
Joined  Sept.  1,  1914,  as  Private,  9th  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt.  Served  at  Home. 
Invalided  out  April  1,  1915. 

CHARLES  COURTENAY  MARSHALL  KENNEDY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1907.  Managing  Clerk  with  Foyer  &  Co.,  of  26  Essex  Street, 
Strand,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  1st  Batt.  Hertfordshire  Regt., 
Camp  Commandant  54th  Division   Oct.   1914,  G.S.O.  III.  Oct.  1914  to  July 

1915,  promoted  Brigade  Major  151st  Infantry  Brigade  (50th  Division) 
July  1917,  appointed  G.S.O.  II.,  32nd  Division,  Jan.  1918,  G.S.O.  II.,  VI.  Corps 
July  1918.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in 
Gallipoli,  Egypt,  France. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  313 


DOUGLAS  WYBURN  KENNEDY. 

Admitted  May  1905,  practising  in  Solicitor's  Department,  London  County 
Council.     Joined  Nov.  8,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.). 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium.     Discharged  Feb.  8,  1917. 
JOHN  KENNEDY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1914.  Of  25  Abingdon  Street,  S.W.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

WILLIAM  KENNEDY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1907.  Member  of  L.  W.  Kennedy  &  Glover,  of  Ormskirk. 
Joined  Dec.  16,  1914,  as  Private,  17th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.,  transferred 
to  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Sept.  1915.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  21st  Batt.  King's 
Liverpool  Regt.  Jan.  20,  1916,  transferred  to  67th  Training  Reserve  Batt.  Sept. 
1916,  and  promoted  Lieut.,  appointed  A/Adjutant  Feb.  1917,  transferred  to 
19th  Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt.  Dec.  1917.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 
Gassed  Jan.  3,  1918. 

IVOR  CHARLES  KENSHOLE. 

Admitted  Jan.  1914.  Member  of  Kensholes  &  Prosser,  of  Aberdare,  Glam. 
Gazetted  Oct.  1914  2nd  Lieut.  5th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (T.),  seconded  to  20th 
Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.,  and  finished  as  Substantive  Capt.  5th  Batt.  The  Welch 
Regt.     Served  in  France  June  1916  to  July  1917. 

FREDERIC  EDWIN  KENT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1888,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Col.  Commanding 
West  Lancashire  Royal  Artillery. 

HUGH  BULKELEY  KENT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1886,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Mobilized  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery,  and  served  at  Home  until  Sept.  1915. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  KENT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911,  practising  at  11  Gray's  Inn  Place,  W.C.  Served  as 
Corporal,  No.  4  Coy.  (Reserve  Batt.)  Hon.  Artillery  Company. 

WILLIAM  JOHN  KENT. 

Admitted  May  1899.  Member  of  Kent  &  Jones,  of  Longton.  Served  as 
Major,  2nd  North  Midland  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

EDGAR  KENTISH. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Managing  Clerk  with  Paines,  Blyth  &  Husdath, 
of  14  St.  Helen's  Place,  E.C.  Joined  July  12,  1917,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court 
O.T.C,  transferred  to  Royal  Air  Service  as  Corporal  Dec.  1917.  Served 
at  Home. 

WILLIAM  KENTISH. 

Admitted  April  1908.  Member  of  James,  Barton  &  Kentish,  of  Birming- 
ham. Joined  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private,  14th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt. 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  8th  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.  June  20,  1915,  pro- 
moted Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  Temp.  Capt.  May  1916,  reverted  to  substantive 
rank  of  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917,  A/Capt.  with  10th 
Batt.  Feb.  to  Nov.  1918,  and  with  3rd  Batt.  Nov.  1918  to  Feb.  1919.  Served 
at  Home  and  in  France.     Wounded  at  Cambrai  Oct.  21,  1918. 


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BERTIE  TRAYTOX  KENAVARD. 

Admitted  May  1906,  practising  at  9  Staple  Inn,  London.     Joined  Sept. 

1916,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.),  promoted  Lieut.  April 
1918.     Served  at  Home  1916  to  1917,  and  in  France  1917,  1918  and  1919. 

GEOFFREY  KENYON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Member  of  Kenyon  &  Son,  of  Thorne.  Joined 
May  1916,  as  Private,  8th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  promoted  Lance- 
Corporal.     Served  in  France.     Killed  Oct.  7,  1916. 

GRANVILLE  MONTAGUE  KENYON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1896,  practising  at  3  Pancras  Lane,  Queen  Street,  E.C. 
Served  as  Capt.,  2nd  London  Divisional  Royal  Army  Service  Corps. 

HAROLD  GODFREY  KENYON. 

Admitted  Jan.  1906.  Member  of  Kenyon  &  Son,  of  Thorne  and  Doncaster, 
and  also  of  2  South  Square,  Gray's  Inn,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt., 
9th  Batt.  Middlesex  Regt.,  promoted  Major  Nov.  1914.  Gazetted  Capt. 
Royal  Field  Artillery  Feb.  1917,  promoted  Major  Jan.  1918.  Served  in  France, 
Wounded  March  21,  1918,  and  April  29,  1918. 

WILSON  KENYON. 

Articled  to  J.  H.  Field,  of  Huddersfield.  Joined  Jan.  15,  1915,  as  Private, 
1/5  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut, 
in  same  Regt.  May  29,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1918,  seconded  Machine 
Gun  Corps  June  1918.     Served  two  years  in  France  and  Belgium. 

MALCOLM  COLIN  KERR. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911.  Of  Manchester.  Joined  June  6,  1916,  as  Gunner, 
Royal  Field  Artillery,  and  subsequently  promoted  to  Bombardier. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  MYDDLETON  KERSEY. 

Articled  to  S.  Cozens-Hardy,  of  Norwich.  Joined  Feb.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Essex  and  Suffolk  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.),  promoted  Lieut.  1916,  Capt. 

1917.  Served  at  Home  till  Sept.  1916  on  Anti-Aircraft  work,  and  subsequently 
with  166th  Siege  Battery  in  Belgium  and  France.  Killed  near  Ypres  Oct.  17, 
1917. 

GEOFFREY  GOODIER  KERSHAW. 

Admitted  Feb.  1911,  practising  with  Grundy,  Kershaw,  Samson  &  Co., 
of  Manchester.  Joined  Aug.  31,  1914,  as  Private,  1/6  Batt.  Manchester  Regt. 
(T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  April  25,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June 
1915,  Capt.  Aug.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.  Served  in  Egypt  Sept.  1914  to  April  1915,  and  June  1916  to  March 
1917,  in  Gallipoli  April  to  Aug.  1915,  and  in  France  March  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 
Wounded  Aug.  7,  1915. 

LIONEL  KERWOOD. 

Admitted  Jan.  1908.  Member  of  Alfred  Kerwood  &  Son,  of  Birmingham. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914  with  the  8th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Major, 
and  subsequently  attached  to  13th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Killed  in  action  on 
the  Somme  Oct.  21,  1917. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  315 

PHILIP  MALCOLM  KERWOOD. 

Articled  to  his  father  Alfred  Kerwood,  of  Redditeh.  Mobilised,  as  Lieut., 
8th  Batt.  Worcestershire  Regt.     Killed  in  action  in  Flanders  June  25,  1915. 

JOHN  BERTRAM  KEVILL. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909,  practising  at  Chorley,  Lanes.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as 
Trooper,  Duke  of  Lancaster's  Yeomanry.  Subsequently  Capt.  Royal  Field 
Artillery.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  5l.C.  Served  in 
Egypt  to  Jan.  1915  and  subsequently  in  France. 

FRANCIS  HENRY  KIDD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1909.  Member  of  R.  and  R.  F.  Kidd,  of  North  Shields. 
Joined  Sept.  27,  1914,  as  Capt.  Tynemouth  Royal  Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.), 
promoted  Major.  Served  at  Home  Sept.  1914  to  June  1916,  India  July  to 
Nov.  1916,  Mesopotamia  Nov.  1916  to  April  1918,  and  in  Salonica  May  to 
Aug.  1918. 

ARTHUR  CYRIL  KIDSON. 

Articled  to  A.  F.  Kidson,  of  Folkestone.  Joined  Nov.  9,  1917,  as  Private, 
No.  8  Officer  Cadet  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  4th  (Reserve)  Batt.  East  Kent 
Regt.  (Buffs)  May  1,  1918,  transferred  to  7th  Batt.  Oct.  1918.  Served  in 
France. 

HENRY  ARNOLD  KILNER. 

Admitted  July  1904,  practising  at  Oldham.  Joined  June  1915,  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  1/10  Batt.  Manchester  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1917,  seconded  to 
Tank  Corps  Nov.  1917,  A/Capt.  Tank  Corps  Aug.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Once 
mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  June  1915 
to  Jan.  1916,  Sinai  Penmsula  Feb.  1916  to  March  1917,  and  France  March  1917 
to  Jan.  1919.     Wounded  April  1918. 

WILLIAM  HAROLD  KIMPTON. 

Admitted  May  1903,  practising  at  Birmingham.  Mobilised  in  Aug.  1914, 
and  served  with  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps  until  June  1916,  when  transferred 
to  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (South  Midland  Division)  as  Lieut.,  promoted 
Capt.  Feb.  1918.     Served  in  France. 

AUSTIN  MICHAEL  KING. 

Admitted  Feb.  1897.  Member  of  Stone,  Thomas  &  King,  of  Bath.  Served 
with  French  Red  Cross  in  France  July  to  Sept.  1915.  Joined  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  March  1916.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt. 
May  1,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1917.  Served  in  France  June  1916  to 
March  1919. 

BERNARD  ELLIS  KING. 

Articled  to  A.  E.  King,  of  Cambridge.  Joined  Oct.  1914,  as  Private, 
28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Norfolk  Regt.  Nov.  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1916.  Given  commission 
in  Regular  Army,  promoted  A/Capt.  July  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in  Egypt  and  Palestine.  Wounded  at  Gaza 
April  1917. 


816  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

CHARLES  FRANCIS  KING. 

Admitted  April  1914.  Member  of  George  C.  Carter  &  Co.,  of  3  Arundel 
Street,  Strand,  W.C.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  Sept.  11, 1914,  promoted 
Temp.  Lieut.  Dec.  1914,  Temp.  Capt.  July  1916,  A/Major  Jan.  1917,  A/Lieut.- 
Col.  March  1917,  reverted  A/]\Iajor  July  1917,  promoted  Temp.  Lieut.-Col.  and 
transferred  to  9th  Batt.  The  Welch  Regt.  (in  command)  Oct.  1917,  transferred 
to  9th  Batt.  Cheshire  Regt.  (in  command)  Oct.  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in 
Dispatches.  Awarded  the  D.S.O.  and  Bar  and  the  M.C.  Served  in  France. 
Wounded  Aug.  1915,  July  1916,  and  March  1918. 

DAVID  KING. 

Admitted  Feb.  1915.  Member  of  Ungoed-Thomas  &  King,  of  Carmarthen. 
Joined  April  1916  as  Private,  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  (2nd  London  Welch). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  early  1917.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  in  action  at  Pilkem  Ridge,  Flanders,  July  30,  1917. 

EDGAR  BLAKE  KING. 

Admitted  Feb.  1905,  practised  at  145  Fleet  Street,  E.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  3rd  Wessex  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery. 

FRITZ  HUBERT  KING. 

Articled  to  H.  H.  Scott,  of  Gloucester.  Joined  Jan.  6,  1915,  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Ordnance  Corps,  subsequently  promoted  Corporal.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Gloucestershire  Regt.  March  3,  1919.  Served  in  France  June  to  Dec. 
1915,  and  in  Balkans  Dec.  1915  to  June  1918. 

GEOFFREY  STUART  KING. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  Forward,  of  Chard.  Joined  Aug.  8,  1914,  as  Private, 
West  Somerset  Yeomanry.  Commissioned  2nd  Lieut.  West  Somerset  Yeo- 
manry Oct.  6,  1914,  seconded  to  Machine  Gun  Corps  March  1917,  promoted 
Capt.  Aug.  1917,  Temp.  Major  Feb.  1918.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  in 
France  1917  to  1919.     Wounded  March  1918. 

GUY  STANDISH  KING. 

Admitted  May  1906,  practising  at  10  Little  College  Street,  Westminster, 
S.W.     Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 
HAROLD  KING. 

Admitted  June  1912.  Assistant  County  SoHcitor  to  the  North  Riding 
of  Yorkshire  County  Council.  Joined  Dec.  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Border  Regt., 
transferred  to  Royal  Field  Artillery  May  1917.  Served  in  France  and  Belgium. 
Gassed  and  nephritis  March  1918.     Discharged  Sept.  1918. 

HARRY  TREVOR  KING. 

Admitted  Aug.  1912,  practising  at  Bury.  Served  as  Trooper,  Derbyshire 
Yeomanry  (Reserve  Regt.). 

JOHN  SKELTON  CLARKE  KING. 

Admitted  June  1912,  practised  at  Brighton.  Enlisted  in  the  4th  Batt. 
Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry  and  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.  Awarded 
the  D.C.M.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry  Nov. 
1915.     Killed  in  action  May  3,  1916. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  317 

REGINALD  HENRY  KING. 

Admitted  Oct.  1907.  With  Bridgman  &  Co.,  of  4  College  Hill,  E.C. 
Joined  Sept.  18,  1916,  as  Cadet.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  Oct.  26,  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  Oct.  1918,  A/Capt.  Feb.  1919,  retaining 
rank  until  June  1920.  Served  with  North  Russian  Expeditionary  Force. 
Taken  prisoner  on  mutiny  of  Russian  White  Guards  of  the  Onega  River 
Column  and  handed  over  to  Bolsheviks  on  July  20,  1919,  taken  to  Moscow 
and  kept  in  a  common  gaol  with  ordinary  criminals  for  eight  months. 
Released  March  28,  1920. 

RICHARD  HENRY  KING. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practised  at  Mansfield.  Joined  May  8,  1916,  as 
Cadet,  Nottingham  University  College  O.T.C.  Gazetted  Temp.  2nd  Lieut. 
3rd  Batt.  Notts  and  Derby  Regt.  (Sherwood  Foresters)  Jan.  25,  1917,  and 
afterwards  attached  to  12th  Batt.  Served  at  Home  May  1916  to  March 
1917  and  in  France  March  to  June  1917.  Killed  in  action  near  Ypres 
June  27,  1917. 

THOiAL^^S  CHARLES  KING. 

Articled  to  R.  H.  King,  of  10  Ironmonger  Lane,  E.C.  Joined  as  Private, 
University  of  London  O.T.C,  afterwards  Corporal  28th  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 

RICHARD  ROBERT  KINGSBURY. 

Admitted  Aug.  1909.  Member  of  Kingsbury  &  Turner,  of  369  and  371 
Brixton  Road,  S.W.  Joined  Sept.  7,  1917,  as  Private,  2/28  Batt.  County  of 
London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles),  promoted  Lance-Corporal  in  1918.  Served  at 
Home. 

THOIMAS  KINGSBURY. 

Admitted  Oct.  1910.  Member  of  Kingsbury  &  Turner,  of  369  and  371 
Brixton  Road,  S.W.  Joined  Dec.  2,  1914,  as  Rifleman,  5th  City  of  London 
Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade),  and  subsequently  promoted 
Sergeant.  Awarded  the  D.C.M.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Passchen- 
daele,  Belgium,  Sept.  20,  1917. 

GERALD  MONTAGUE  KINGSFORD. 

Admitted  Oct.  1908.  Member  of  Kingsford,  Arrowsmith  &  Wightwich, 
of  Canterbury.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt,,  4th  Batt.  East  Kent  Regt. 
(The  Buffs),  promoted  Major  June  1916,  attached  to  4th  Batt.  The  Queen's 
Own  Royal  West  Kent  Regt.  as  Lieut.-Col.  Aug.  1919.  Served  at  Home, 
India,  Aden,  North-West  Frontier,  Baluchistan,  and  Derajat  District. 

GUY  THORNHILL  KINGSFORD. 

Admitted  Dec.  1906.  Of  Sekondi,  Gold  Coast  Colony.  Served  as  Major, 
1st  London  Division  Royal  Engineers.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded 
D.S.O. 

FRANK  ALFORD  KINGSWELL. 

Admitted  June  1907,  practised  at  Wakefield.  Obtained  commission 
in  The  Queen's  Own  Yorkshire  Dragoons,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut,  and 
attached  to  The  Rifle  Brigade.     Killed  in  action  March  23,  1918. 


318  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

SIDNEY  HURLSTON  KIRBY. 

Articled  to  F.  T.  Dorman,  of  23  Essex  Street,  W.C.     Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
7th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Royal  Warwickshii-e  Regt,  promoted  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 
HAROLD  KIRKCONNEL. 

Admitted  July   1899.     Managing  Clerk  with  W.  F.    &  W.  Willoughby, 
of   Daventry.     Joined   Feb.  1915,  as   Private,   Grenadier  Guards.     Gazetted 
2nd    Lieut.    Cheshire    Regt.    Oct.    21,    1915,    transferred    to    Royal  Welch 
Fusiliers  April  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.     Served  in  France. 
LAA\TIENCE  JOSHUA  KIRKHAIM. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Joined  Dec.  11,  1916,  as 
Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Army 
Service  Corps  (M.T.)  Dec.  18,  1917.  Served  in  France  Jan.  to  Oct.  1917  and 
Dec.  1917  to  April  1919. 

ERNEST  ROYALTON  KISCH. 

Admitted  Dec.  1911.  Member  of  Adler  &  Perowne,  of  46  and  47  London 
Wall,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  13th  Batt.  London  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  June  1915,  Capt.  June  1916.  Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home 
1914  to  1916,  France  June  to  Dec.  1916,  Salonica  Dec.  1916  to  June  1917, 
Palestine  June  1917  to  March  1919. 

EUSTACE  NUGENT  KITCAT. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Hunt,  of  Lennox  House,  Norfolk  Street,  Strand.  Joined 
June  11,  1915,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists  Rifles). 
Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  2/7  Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  (Leeds  Rifles)  Nov.  14, 
1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916.  Served  in  France  Jan.  1917  to  Feb.  1918. 
AYounded  Sept.  21,  1917. 

EDWARD  BAGEHOT  KITE. 

Admitted  April  1898.  Member  of  G.  H.  Kite  &  Sons  and  W.  Poole  &  Kites, 
of  Taunton,  and  North  Curry.  Served  as  Major,  5th  Batt.  Somerset  Light 
Infantry. 

HERBERT  TRENCHARD  KITE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909.  Member  of  G.  H.  Kite  &  Sons  and  W.  Poole  &  Kites, 
of  Taunton  and  North  Curry.  Served  as  Capt.,  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Somerset 
Light  Infantry. 

HENRY  LANE  KITSON. 

Admitted  Aug.  1897.  Member  of  Kitson  &  Trotman,  of  Beaminster, 
Dorset.  Mobihsed  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  1st  V.B.  Dorset  Regt.,  promoted  Major 
Oct.  1914,  Lieut.-Col.  May  1917.     Served  in  India  and  Mesopotamia. 

WALTER  KIXLOCH  KITSON. 

Admitted  Feb.  1904.  Member  of  Kitsons,  Hutchings,  Easterbrook  &  Co., 
of  Torquay.     Served  as  Lieut.,  5th  (Reserve)  Batt.  Devonshire  Regt. 

ARTHUR  HAROLD  LASCELLES  KNAPP. 

Admitted  Jan.  1913,  practising  at  1  King's  Bench  Walk,  Temple,  E.C. 
Joined  the  Army  Reserve  Class  B,  Dec.  11,  1915,  transferred  as  Gunner  to  Royal 
Marine  Artillery  March  1916.  Served  with  Grand  Fleet  (H.M.S.  Barham, 
Flagship  5th  Battle  Squadron). 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  319 

GEORGE  CREASY  KNEE. 

Admitted  Oct.  1906.  Deputy  Town  Clerk  of  Hull.  Joined  Nov.  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  East  Yorkshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  Jan.  1915, 
Capt.  April  1915,  attached  to  8th  Batt.  in  France.  Killed  by  shell  at  Arras 
May  3,  1917. 

GEORGE  BROOK  IQ^IGHT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  Farnborough,  Hants.  Served  as  Capt., 
7th  Batt.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry. 

JOHN  HALL  KNIGHT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1888.  Member  of  Knight  &  Sons,  of  Newcastle-under- 
Lyme,  Staffs.  Mobilised  Aug.  4,  1914,  as  Lieut. -Col.  and  Hon.  Col.,  5th  Batt. 
North  Staffordshire  Regt.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Served  in  France. 
Killed  at  attack  on  Hohenzollern  Redoubt  Oct.  13,  1915. 

JOHN  HENRY  KNIGHT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909,  practising  at  Bath.  Joined  Aug.  20, 1916,  and  became 
a  Cadet.     Wounded  June  3,  1917. 

JOSEPH  KNIGHT. 

Admitted  March  1906,  practising  at  Southampton.  Mobilised  Aug.  4, 
1914,  as  Capt.,  Royal  Artillery  (T.F.),  promoted  Major  June  1915.  Served  in 
France  and  Belgium  1916  to  1919. 

PERCY  NORMAN  KNIGHT. 

Articled  to  J.  W.  Tilling,  of  Devonshire  Chambers,  146  Bishopsgate,  E.C. 
Joined  Aug.  31,  1914,  as  Rifleman,  16th  Batt.  London  Regt.  (Queen's  West- 
minster Rifles).  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  10th  Batt.  London  Regt.  Nov.  14, 1914, 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1916,  Capt.  Nov.  1917,  attached  to  162nd  Company 
Machine  Gun  Corps  and  promoted  A/Major  March  1918.  Served  at  Home 
Aug.  1914  to  Sept.  1915,  GallipoU  Sept.  to  Nov.  1915,  Egypt  Nov.  1915  to  Nov. 
1917,  Palestine  and  Syria  Nov.  1917  to  Aug.  1919. 

WILLIAM  BERNARD  KNIGHT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1908.  Member  of  Colman  &  Knight,  of  11  Gray's  Inn 
Square,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut.,  4th  Batt.  North  Staffordshire  Regt., 
attached  to  1st  Batt.  Bedfordshire  Regt.  Killed  in  action  on  Hill  60,  near 
Ypres,  April  21,  1915. 

HERBERT  WHEATLEY  KNOCKER. 

Admitted  Feb.  1901.  Member  of  Kjiocker,  Knocker  &  Co.,  of  Sevenoaks. 
Served  as  Capt.,  West  Riding  Regt. 

ROGER  BIRKBECK  KNOTT. 

Admitted  Aug.  1912,  practising  at  36  Bedford  Row,  W.C.  Served  as  2nd 
Lieut.,  Salford  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  subsequently  attamed  the  rank  of  Major. 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches.     Awarded  the  M.C. 

ARTHUR  KNOWLES. 

Admitted  May  1906.  Member  of  F.  Knowles  &  Son,  of  Hyde,  Cheshire. 
Joined  Aug.  7,  1916,  as  Private,  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).  Served  in 
Macedonia. 


320  RECORD    OF    SERVICE 

EDGAR  LAWTON  KJs^OWLES. 

Articled  to  Arthur  Knowles,  of  Hyde.  Joined  April  14,  191C,  as  Private, 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).     Served  at  Home. 

FRANK  HENRY  KNOWLES. 

Admitted  May  1911,  practised  at  York.  Joined  Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  5th 
Batt.  West  Yorkshire  Regt.  Served  in  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Bullecourt 
May  3,  1917. 

GEOFFREY  KNOWLES. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911,  practising  at  Leeds.  Joined  Aug.  1914  Leeds 
University  O.T.C.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Field  Artillery  Oct.  1915, 
promoted  Lieut.  July  1917.  Once  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Awarded  the 
M.C.     Served  in  France  and  Belgium.     Wounded  Nov.  7,  1914. 

HEDLEY  KNOWLES. 

Articled  to  M.  R.  Knowles,  of  Skipton,  Yorks.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  2nd  Lieut.,  1/6  Batt.  Duke  of  Wellington's  West  Riding  Regt.,  promoted 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914.     Served  in  France.     Killed  May  30,  1915. 

WDLLIAM  DOUDNEY  KNOWLES. 

Admitted  Oct.  1911,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  2nd  Lieut., 
5th  Batt.  South  Lancashire  Regt.  (T.),  subsequently  attained  the  rank 
of  Capt. 

HENRY  RICHARD  KNOYLE. 

Articled  to  W^  M.  Knoyle,  of  Glanamman,  Carmarthenshire.  Joined 
Dec.  3,  1915,  as  Private,  27th  Batt.  Royal  Fusiliers,  transferred  to  32nd  Batt. 
and  afterwards  to  3rd  Batt.  Served  in  France  May  1916  to  March  1917  and 
June  to  Oct.  1918,  and  Salonica  Nov.  1917  to  May  1918.  Wounded  at  Le 
Catelet,  France,  Oct.  3,  1918. 

CHARLES  EDWARD  KUFEKE. 

Articled  to  J.  G.  Alexander,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  3rd  (City) 
Batt.  King's  Liverpool  Regt. 

KENNETH  KUSEL. 

Admitted  July  1905,  practising  at  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  797th 
Area  Employment  Company. 

CECIL  JOHN  FAIRFAX  KYNASTON. 

Admitted  May  1904.  Managing  Clerk  with  Thomas  Eggar  &  Co.,  of 
Brighton;  and  Winchester  House,  E.C.  Joined  June  1917,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Flying  Corps,  promoted  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force  Sept.  1918.  Served 
at  Home. 

ARTHUR  VENABLES  KYRKE. 

Admitted  June  1878.  Member  of  Canning  &  Kyrke,  of  Chard,  Somerset. 
Commanded  11th  Batt.  Somerset  Light  Infantry  (commission  dated  Dec.  18, 
1914),  Lieut.-Col.,  attached  to  Staff  of  X.  Corps,  B.E.F.,  May  1917.  Retired 
Aug.  26,  1918.  Served  at  Home  (Eastern  Coast  Defence),  and  France  and 
Flanders.     Lost  left  eye  (by  accident)  on  duty  on  Active  Service. 


RECORD    OF    SERVICE  821 

CYRIL  DUNMAN  LACEY. 

Admitted  April  1906.  Member  of  Lacey  &  Son,  of  Bournemouth.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  16th  Batt.  Middlesex  Rcgt.  Commissioned  as  2nd  Lieut. 
9th  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps  Dec.  30,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1915, 
Capt.  Aug.  1916,  Major  Dec.  1916.  Four  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
Awarded  the  M.C.  Served  at  Home  and  in  France,  also  with  Military  Mission 
to  Siberia,  commanding  Batt.  in  Anglo-Russian  Brigade.     Twice  wounded. 

GEORGE  NELSON  LACEY. 

Admitted  Dec.  1910.  Managing  Clerk  with  Light  &  Fulton,  of  1  Laurence 
Pountney  Hill,  E.C.  Joined  Dec.  29,  1917,  as  Cadet,  22nd  (Garrison)  Officer 
Cadet  Batt.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Labour  Corps  May  19,  1918,  promoted  Lieut. 
Nov.  1919.     Served  at  Home. 

CHARLES  CLARENCE  LADDS. 

Articled  to  W.  H.  Sturton,  of  Peterborough.  Joined  Aug.  27,  1918,  as 
Hydrophone  Operator,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve.     Served  at  Home. 

JOHN  ERIC  LADNER. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Of  London.  Served  as  Private,  18th  Batt.  Royal 
Fusiliers. 

JOHN  LAING. 

Admitted  Dec.  1896,  practising  at  Bamburgh,  Northumberland.  Joined 
Feb.  11,  1915,  as  Capt.,  2/1  Batt.  Northumberland  Fusiliers  (2nd  Tyneside 
Scottish).     Served  in  France. 

WILLIAM  FREDERICK  LAING. 

Articled  to  L.  S.  Iliff,  of  Sunderland.  Joined  Sept.  5,  1914,  as  Private, 
7th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt.  March  5, 
1915,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1915,  Capt.  and  Adjutant  Jan.  1916.  Awarded 
the  M.C.  Served  in  France.  Wounded  at  Arras  April  11,  1917.  Taken 
prisoner  at  Chemin  des  Dames  May  27,  1918. 

ROBERT  EDWARD  ALGERNON  LAIRD. 

Articled  to  Austen  Whetham,  of  Bridport.  Joined  Dec.  1,  1915,  as 
Rifleman,  5th  City  of  London  Batt.  London  Regt.  (London  Rifle  Brigade), 
subsequently  transferred  to  17th  Batt.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps.  Served  in 
France.     Killed  Oct.  15,  1916. 

ARTHUR  BERNARD  MARSHALL  LAKE. 

Articled  to  L.  S.  Cleaver,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Lieut.,  5th  Batt. 
Cheshire  Regt.,  subsequently  promoted  Capt. 

HAROLD  WALTER  LAKE. 

Admitted  April  1909,  practising  at  Bury  St.  Edmunds.  Joined  Jan.  5, 
1917,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  Coldstream  Guards,  subsequently  promoted  Lieut. 
Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  in  France. 

WILLIAM  WALTON  LAKE. 

Admitted  March  1911.  Member  of  W.  J.  Lake  &  Son,  61  Carey  Street, 
Lincoln's  Inn,  W.C.     Joined  Aug.  7,  1916,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Field  Artillery 


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(T.F,),  and  attained  the  rank  of  Sergeant.     Gazetted  2nd  Lieut,  in  same  Regt. 
Feb.  1918,  and  Lieut.  Aug.  1919.     Served  at  Home. 

LIONEL  VICTOR  POLLOCK  LALONDE. 

Articled  to  John  Hodge,  of  Weston-super-Mare.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as 
Trooper,  Royal  Gloucestershire  Hussars.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  9th  Batt. 
Somerset  Light  Infantry  April  1915,  and  afterwards  transferred  to  45th  Coy. 
Machine  Gun  Corps.  Served  in  France.  Died  March  31, 1916,  from  pneumonia 
contracted  whilst  in  trenches. 

LEONARD  WILLIA^I  HENRY  LAMAISON. 

Admitted  April  1900.  Member  of  Powell,  Burt  &  Lamaison,  of  28  and  29 
St.  Swithin's  Lane,  E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Subse- 
quently gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Warwickshire  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  1916. 
Served  in  France.     Killed  in  action  near  Laventie  July  2,  1916. 

ARTHUR  FREDERICK  THURLOW  LAMB. 

Articled  to  J.  A.  Grundy,  of  Manchester.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  (Service) 
Batt.  York  and  Lancaster  Regt.  Aug.  25,  1914,  promoted  Lieut.  Feb.  1915, 
Capt.  Jan.  1916.  Served  in  Gallipoli  (Suvla  Bay)  July  1915  to  Jan.  1916, 
Egypt  Jan.  to  June  1916,  France  July  to  Dec.  1916  and  Jan.  to  March  1918. 
Wounded  near  Cambrai  March  21,  1918. 

ARTHUR  JOHN  LAMB. 

Admitted  Dec.  1913.  Member  of  Dennes,  Lamb  and  Drysdale,  of  Southend. 
Joined  Dec.  13,  1914,  as  Private,  Hon.  Artillery  Company,  and  attained  rank 
of  Bombardier.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut.  6th  London  Brigade  Royal  Field  Artillery 
Aug.  1,  1915,  promoted  Lieut.  June  1916,  Capt.  July  1917,  Brigade  Signal 
Officer  140th  Brigade,  41st  Division,  Aug.  1918  to  Jan.  1919,  Classification  Officer 
Signal  Classification  Board,  Eastern  Command  Headquarters.  Served  at  Home 
and  in  France. 

BRUCE  LAMB. 

Admitted  May  1900,  practising  at  Andover.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  Royal  Wiltshire  Yeomanry,  promoted  Major  1915,  2nd  in  command  1918. 
Served  at  Home. 

ERIC  CHARLES  EDWARD  LAMB. 

Admitted  Feb.  1900,  practising  at  9  &  10  King  Street,  Cheapside,  E.C. 
Joined  March  17,  1917,  as  Gunner,  Royal  Horse  Artillery.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  Dec.  1,  1917,  and  posted  to  11th  Divisional  Train  Jan.  6,  1918.  Served 
in  France. 

JOHN  ELLIOT  LAMB. 

Admitted  Aug.  1901,  practising  at  Caistor,  Lincolnshire.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914  as  Major  commanding  1st  North  Midland  (Reserve)  Brigade  Royal 
Field  Artillery.     Served  at  Home. 

JOSEPH  LAMB. 

Articled  to  G.  K.  Taylor,  of  Liverpool.  Served  as  Private,  10th  Batt. 
King's  Liverpool  Regt.  (Liverpool  Scottish)  (T.). 


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ALEC  SYDNEY  LAMBERT. 

Articled  to  H.  W.  Fawcett,  of  Bridlington.  Joined  Aug.  12,  1915,  as 
2nd  Lieut.,  3/5  Batt.  Yorkshire  Regt.  (T.F.),  transferred  to  East  Riding  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery  (T.F.)  Oct.  1916,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1918,  A/Capt. 
March  1919.     Awarded  the  M.C.     Served  at  Home  and  in  France. 

BASIL  SYLVESTER  LAMBERT. 

Admitted  May  1908,  practised  at  Brighton.  Served  as  Gunner,  86th 
Siege  Battery  Royal  Garrison  Artillery. 

DUDLEY  DAVIES  LAMBERT. 

Admitted  Jan.  1907.  With  Chamberlain  &  Johnson,  of  Llandudno. 
Joined  July  12,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  6th  Batt.  Royal  Welch  Fusiliers  (T.), 
promoted  Temp.  Lieut.  April  1916,  Temp.  Capt.  July  1916  to  July  1917, 
Substantive  Lieut.  July  1917,  Temp.  Capt.  and  Judicial  Officer  (Class  FF) 
Nov.  1918,  employed  under  Occupied  Enemy  Territory  Administration, 
Palestine  (South),  as  President  of  the  Court  of  First  Instance,  Jerusalem. 
Served  in  Palestine  1917,  1918,  1919. 

ERIC  TOM  LAMBERT. 

Admitted  Sept.  1903,  of  Bombay.     Served  as  Capt.,  Bombay  Artillery. 

FRANCIS  JOHN  LAMBERT. 

Admitted  Feb.  1909,  practising  at  Gateshead-upon-Tyne.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  as  Capt.,  9th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry,  promoted  Staff  Capt. 
and  Brigade  Major  190th  Brigade.  Awarded  the  O.B.E.  (Military  Division). 
Served  at  Home  and  in  Ireland. 

GEOFFREY  FONTAINE  LAMBERT. 

Articled  to  C.  B.  Hepworth,  of  Coventry  House,  South  Place,  Finsbury, 
E.C.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Obtained  com- 
mission as  2nd  Lieut.  Hertfordshire  Regt.  Feb.  1915.  Served  at  Home  Sept. 
1914  to  July  1915  and  in  France  July  1915  to  April  1916.  Wounded  near 
Festubert  April  1,  1916,  and  died  at  British  Red  Cross  Hospital  No.  2,  Rouen, 
France,  April  15,  1916. 

JOHN  BERNARD  WATSON  LAMBERT. 

Member  of  Lamberts,  of  Malvern.  Joined  Nov.  22,  1915,  as  2nd  Lieut., 
Royal  Army  Service  Corps  (M.T.).     Served  in  France. 

NORMAN  FORSTER  LAMBERT. 

Admitted  Dec.  1912.  Member  of  Lambert  &  Lambert,  of  Gateshead- 
xipon-Tyne.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as  2nd  Lieut.,  9th  Batt.  Durham  Light 
Infantry,  promoted  Temp.  Capt.  April  1915,  Substantive  Capt.  June  1916. 
Served  in  France  and  Belgium  from  April  1915. 

THOMAS  LAMBERT. 

Admitted  Nov.  1900,  practising  at  Gateshead.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  as 
Capt.,  9th  Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry,  subsequently  appointed  O.C.  9th 
Batt.  Durham  Light  Infantry  Depot.  Served  at  Home.  Discharged  July  24, 
1917. 


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^VILLIAM  ASHCROFT  LAMBERT. 

Admitted  May  1908,  practising  at  Sheffield.  Joined  Sept.  1,  1918,  as 
Private,  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.     Served  at  Home. 

LAWRENCE  LAMONBY. 

Admitted  Feb.  1908.  Member  of  Lamonby  &  Lamonby,  of  Penrith. 
Served  as  Capt.,  4th  Batt.  Border  Regt.,  promoted  Major  July  1917.  Men- 
tioned in  Dispatches.     Awarded  D.S.O. 

CHARLES  FRANK  LAMPARD. 

Admitted  Nov.  1902,  practising  at  6  Gray's  Inn  Square,  W.C.  Joined 
1914,  as  Lance-Sergeant,  9th  (Service)  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  10th  Batt.  Norfolk  Regt.,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1917. 

ARTHUR  JAMES  LAMPORT. 

Admitted    Feb.    1909.     Of    Southampton.     Served    as    Trooper,    Hants 
Yeomanry  (Carabineers). 
CHARLES  EDWARD  LANCASTER. 

Articled  to  R.  Lancaster,  of  Loughborough,  and  Coalville.  Joined 
Sept.  1914,  as  Private,  University  and  Public  Schools  Corps.  Gazetted  2nd 
Lieut.  1st  Batt.  Leicestershire  Regt.  (Regular  Army)  about  Sept.  1916.  Served 
in  France  Oct.  1915  to  March  1918.     Killed  in  action  March  21,  1918. 

W ILLIAM  HENRY  LAND. 

Admitted  Nov.  1883.  Of  Halifax.  Served  as  Colonel  commanding  4th 
(Reserve)  Batt.  West  Riding  Regt. 

FRANCIS  PALMER  LANDON. 

Admitted  July  1899.  Member  of  E.  F.  ife  H.  Landon,  of  53  New  Broad 
Street,  London,  E.C.  Joined  Jan.  1915  Royal  Army  Service  Corps  O.T.C, 
and  subsequently  gazetted  2nd  Lieut.,  promoted  Lieut.  April  1915,  Capt. 
Feb.  1916,  Major  June  1917.  Served  at  Home  1915,  1918,  and  1919,  and  in 
France  1916  and  1917. 
JOSEPH  HERBERT  ARTHUR  LANDON. 

Admitted  Nov.  1910,  practised  at  53  New  Broad  Street,  E.C.  Served  as 
Capt.  Royal  Flying  Corps,  and  as  Major  4th  Batt.  Essex  Regt.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches.     Awarded  the  D.S.O. 

HECTOR  ALAN  LANE. 

Admitted  Nov.  1911.  With  Sisson  &  Delay,  of  Singapore.  Gazetted 
Lieut.  1st  Batt.  East  Lancashire  Regt.  on  outbreak  of  War,  and  went  to  Flanders 
April  1915.     Killed  in  action  near  Ypres  May  13,  1915. 

JOHN  DL^'N  LANE. 

Articled  to  W.  G.  Earengey,  of  Cheltenham.  Joined  Sept.  1914,  as  Private^ 
Gloucestershire  Regt.,  promoted  Corporal  Oct.  1916.  Gazetted  2nd  Lieut. 
Machine  Gun  Corps  May  28,  1917,  promoted  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  Awarded  the 
D.C.M.  Served  in  France  March  1915  to  Jan.  1917  and  Oct.  1917  to  July  1918. 
Wounded  Aug.  1916. 

JOHN  KIRKLAND  LANE. 

Admitted  April  1910,  practising  at  Southwell,  Notts.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914, 
as  Lieut.,  8th  Batt.  Sherwood  Foresters  (Notts  and  Derby  Regt.),  promoted 


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Capt.  Nov.  1914-,  Temp.  Major  May  1916,  attached  Northumberland  Fusihers 
Dec.  1917.  Served  2  years  in  France  and  Belgium,  and  remainder  of  time  at 
Home.     Wounded  May  1915, 

WILLIAM  ARTHUR  POWLETT  LANE. 

Admitted  Feb.  1902.  Of  14  Carlyle  Square,  Chelsea,  S.W.  Served  as 
Lieut.,  Royal  Naval  Volunteer  Reserve,  2nd  Reserve  Batt.  Royal  Naval 
Division. 

JOSEPH  CHARLTON  LANE-CLAYPON. 

Admitted  Dec.  1905,  practising  at  Mercers  Hall,  Ironmonger  Lane,  E.C. 
Joined  Nov.  23,  1914,  as  Private,  28th  Batt.  County  of  London  Regt.  (Artists 
Rifles).  Gazetted  Temp,  2nd  Lieut.  7th  Batt,  Leicestershire  Regt.  Dec.  5,  1915, 
transferred  to  General  List  (Intelligence  Corps)  March  1917,  promoted  Temp. 
Lieut.  July  1917.     Wounded  on  Western  Front  July  15,  1916. 

ERNEST  PHILIP  HENRY  LANG. 

Admitted  Nov.  1905.  Of  Hong  Kong.  Served  as  Lieut.,  1/1  Batt. 
Monmouthshire  Regt. 

EDWARD